84 banks attributed to the
J. & E. STEVENS CO.
in chronological order

BANK NAME    PATENTED/SOLD    DESIGNER
      
Hall’s Excelsior 
—  Dec. 21, 1869, # 98,055  —    John Hall, Watertown, Mass.
Horse Race  —  Aug. 15, 1871, # 118,011  —   John Hall, Watertown, Mass.
U. S. Bank (building)  —  Jan. 23, 1872  —    Anthony M. Smith, Brooklyn, New York
New Bank  —  Jan. 23, 1872  —  Anthony M. Smith, Brooklyn, New York
Home Bank  —  July 16, 1872, # 129,615  —   Mr. Doras A. Stiles, Middletown, Conn.
Frog On Round Base  —  Aug. 20, 1872, # 130,575   —  Russell Frisbee, Cromwell, Conn.
National Bank  —  Aug. 5, 1873, # 141,516  —   Henry W. Prouty, Boston, Mass.
Novelty Bank  —  Oct. 28, 1873, # 114,106 —   Charles C. Johnson, Somerville, Mass.
Tammany Bank  —  (Little Fat Man)  —  Dec. 23, 1873, # 145,734  —  John Hall, Watertown, Mass.
Cupola Bank  —  Jan. 27, 1874, # 146,755  —   Diedrich Dieckmann, New York City, New York
Panorama Bank  —  March 7, 1876, # 174,410  —   James D. Butler, Lancaster, Mass.
Magic Bank  —  March 7, 1876, # 174,569  —   Henry W. Prouty
Bank Teller  —Aug. 1, 1876, # 180,574  —  Arthur C. Gould, Brookline, Mass.
Preacher In The Pulpit  —  Aug. 1, 1876, # 180,574   —  Arthur C. Gould, Brookline, Mass.
Target Bank (Fort and Cannon)  —  March 20, 1877, # 188,635  —  Louis C. Hoffmeister, Philadelphia, Penn.
Hall’s Lilliput  —  April 24, 1877, # 189,857   —  John Hall, Watertown, Mass.
Creedmoor Bank  —  Nov. 6, 1877, # 196,870  —   Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
New Creedmoor  —  Nov. 6, 1877, # 196,870  —   Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Clown, Harlequin And Columbine  —  Nov. 13, 1877, # 196,966  —  Joseph Blanc, Philadelphia, Penn.
Patronize The Blind Man And His Dog  —  Feb. 19, 1878, # 200,402  —  William H. Lotz, Chicago, Illinois
Bird On Roof  —  March 5, 1878 Design Pat. 10,509   —  Elisha Stevens, Cromwell, Conn.
Rival  —   May 21, 1878, # 203,927  —   Daniel James MacLean, Reading, Penn.
Pelican  —  Oct. 15, 1878, # 209,038  — John Gerard, Trenton, New Jersey
I Always Did ‘spise A Mule (Jockey)  —  April 22, 1879, # 214,615  —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Bowing Man In Cupola  —  circa 1880’s  —   believed to be C. C. Johnson, Somerville, Mass.
Dentist (Dental Bank)  —  circa 1880’s  —   believed to be Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Germania Exchange—  circa 1880’s  —   believed to be Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Light Of Asia  —  circa 1880’s  —   unknown
Mule Entering Barn  —  Aug. 3, 1880, # 223,293   —  Edward L. Morris, Boston, Mass.
United States Bank (safe)  —  Aug. 27, 1880 advertised in flyer
Bull Dog Bank (Coin on Nose)  —  April 27, 1880, # 226,831   —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Owl, Turns Head (Owl Bank)  —  Sept. 28, 1880, # 232,628   —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Jolly Nigger Bank  —  March 14, 1882, # 255,090   —  Charles G. Shepard and Peter Adams, Jr.
Paddy And The Pig (Shamrock Bank)  —  Aug. 8, 1882, # 262,361  —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Reclining Chinaman  —  Aug. 8, 1882, # 262,361   —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Frog Bank (two)  —  Aug. 8, 1882, # 262,361  —   Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Jumbo On Wheels (elephant)  —  circa 1883  —   unknown
Indian And Bear (Bear Hunt Bank)  —  Jan. 7, 1883, "Pat. Pending"  —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Eagle And Eaglets (Eagle Bank)  —  Jan. 23, 1883, # 271,200  —  Charles M. Henn, Chicago, Illinois
Acrobat Bank (Gymnast Bank)  —  April 3, 1883, # 275,068   —  Edward L. Morris, Boston, Mass.
Elephant And Three Clowns On Tub  —  Aug. 8, 1883, # 262,361 Design Pat. 14,238  —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Phila. Penn.
Multiplying Bank (no mechanical action)  —  Aug. 14, 1883, # 282,978  —  D. R. Goudie, Ontario, Canada
Bismark Bank (pig)  —  circa 1883 - 1884  —   Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Elephant On Wheels With Tusks  —  circa 1885, advertised in Selchow & Righter catalog
Cabin Bank  —  June 2, 1885, Design Pat. 16,120   —  Edward L. Morris, Boston, Mass.
Speaking Dog Bank  —  Oct. 20, 1885, # 328,723   —  Charles G. Shepard and Peter Adams, Jr.
Toad On Stump  —  circa 1886, advertised in Selchow & Righter catalog
Monkey And Coconut  —  March 2, 1886, # 337,125   —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Professor Pug Frog’s Great Bicycle Feat  —  April 8, 1886, original agreement  —  Charles A. Bailey, Middletown
Bread Winners Bank  —  May 8, 1886  —   Charles A. Bailey, Middletown, Conn.
Jonah And The Whale (Jonah Emerges)  —after 1886  —   attributed to Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Darktown Battery (Baseball Bank)  —  Jan. 17, 1888, # 376,628  —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Darkey And Watermelon (Football Bank) June 26, 1888, # 385,225 Charles A. Bailey, Middletown, Conn.
Watch Dog Safe  —  Dec. 13, 1888, original agreement   —  Charles M. Henn, Chicago, Illinois
Bad Accident  —  circa 1888  —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Milking Cow  —  circa 1888  —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Crescent Cash Register  —  circa 1890 - 1910  —   unknown
Clown On Globe (Funny Clown Bank)  —  May 20, 1890, # 428,450  —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Girl Skipping Rope  —  May 20, 1890, # 428,450   —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Cat And Mouse Bank  —  April 21, 1891, # 450,833   —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Artillery Bank (round trap)  —  May 31, 1892, Design Pat. 21,594  —  C. G. Shepard & Peter Adams Jr.
Sportsman Bank (Fowler)  —  June 14, 1892, # 476,895   —  Edwin I. Pyle, Bridgeport, Conn.
Gem Registering Bank  —  Jan. 10, 1893, # 489,860   —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Perfection Registering Bank  —  Jan. 10, 1893, # 489,860   —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
World’s Fair Bank (Columbus Bank)  —  Oct. 10, 1893, # 506,619. Design Pat. 22,405  —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
William Tell  —  June 23, 1896. Design Pat. 25,662   —  Russell Frisbie, Cromwell, Conn.
I Always Did ‘spise A Mule (Kicking Mule)  —  April 27, 1897, # 581,533  —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Pig In High Chair (Educated Pig Bank)  —  Aug. 24, 1897, Design Pat. 27,565  —  P. Adams, Buffalo, New York
U.S. And Spain  —  July 12, 1898, Design Pat. 29,049   —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Chief Big Moon (Indian Camp Bank)  —  Aug. 8, 1899, # 630,795  —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Magician Bank  —  Jan. 22, 1901, # 666,612, Design Pat. 33,119  —  William C. Bull, Philadelphia, Penn.
Hen And Chick (Hen And Chicken Bank)  —  Oct. 1, 1901, Design Pat. 35,159  —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Calamity (Football Bank)  —  Aug. 29, 1905, # 798,491   —  Dr. James H. Bowen, Philadelphia, Penn.
Boy Robbing Bird’s Nest (Tree Bank)  —  in 1906 catalog  —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Shoot The Chute Bank  —  March 27, 1906, # 815,935   —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Teddy And The Bear  —  Feb. 19, 1907, # 844,910   —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Billy Goat Bank (Goat Bank)  —  July 26, 1910, # 965,842   —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
North Pole Bank  —  July 26, 1910, # 965,843  —   Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Lion Hunter  —  Aug. 22, 1911, Design Pat. 41696   —  Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Boy Scout Camp  —  Made 1912 - 1917  —   Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Bill E. Grin  —  July 27, 1915, # 1,147,978  —   John W. Schmitt, New York City, New York
Called Out Bank  —  circa 1916-1918  —   Charles A. Bailey, Cromwell, Conn.
Pay Phone Bank (Telephone)  —  June 19, 1928, # 1,674,428   —  Russell A. Frisbie, Cromwell, Conn.
Bull And Bear  —  circa 1930’s  —   Charles A. Bailey, Middletown, Conn.