What are old coin banks?

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Most old coin banks or piggy banks were used by children to collected coins they found or worked for. Most of these old coin banks were made from metal, cast iron or hard plastic. They came in various shapes, sizes, characters and colors. Many old coin banks were created in the 1950s and were used by adults for a safe place to keep any old coins or coins of value that meant something to them safe.
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The best thing to do is get the little red book of coins. A new edition comes out every year, and shows all recent coin values. You can also search online.
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Banks don't buy old coins, coin dealers will buy old coins, some jewelry stores will buy old coins, banks will take your old coins at face value and then sell them to coin dealers
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1. Choose a bank body. Just about anything can be made into a coin bank, but keep in mind what tools you have to work with. If you have a drill or glass cutters, you can make a metal
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The Central Bank does not estimate this. The money has already been lent to Banks, and banks in turn have already given this money out to people. The net loss is with the people who
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