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The perfect way to start a savings account, in 1940 -- slip your dimes into this dime roller one by one, then once it's full (20 dimes), take the dime roller to the bank and open a savings account!

This dime roller is made of a sort of plasticized cardboard, which has held up pretty well over the past 69 years! It shows some rubbing wear to corners and edges, there is one tear across the "spine" area on the outside, and the previous owner has written her\/his name in blue pen on the front cover ("Rw. W. L. Harding"), but otherwise this item is in good condition. It measures approximately 5.25 inches (13.3 cm) high by approximately 3.75 inches (9.5 cm) wide.

On the front it says "Central's Dime Roller", and inside are instructions on how to use the dime roller and how to start a savings account at Central Savings Bank in New York once the dime roller is full. On the back are line drawings of the bank's two locations, as well as the hours of operation.

As it says on the inside of the dime roller: "And now -- good luck! You're bound to win if you come to the bank when your last dime's in!"

If you require international shipping, please convo me to let me know the country where you are located, and I will work out the shipping cost.