Judd Manufacturing Co.

A Judd cast iron Dog on Turntable mechanical coin bank

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A Dog on Turntable cast iron mechanical coin bank made by the Judd Mfg. Co.

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A Judd Dog on Turn Table cast iron mechanical coin bank

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A Judd Mfg. Co. Organ cast iron mechanical coin bank with dancing cat and dog

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Judd Manufacturing Co. – Banks

Morton Judd established the Judd Manufacturing Company of Wallingford, Connecticut in 1830. In 1855, his three sons joined him in business and the company’s name was changed to M. Judd & Sons. It was during this time that the company became well known for their still and mechanical bank production. Judd banks were usually finished in a brown or maroon lacquer and were washed in a green coloring. In 1887, the company was bought by one of the Judd brothers, H. L. Judd of Brooklyn, New York, who continued to concentrate the company’s operations in Wallingford, Connecticut.

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