Wings of Texaco 1940 Grumman Goose Diecast Bank

$54.95

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Weight 35 oz
Dimensions 13.5 × 11 × 4 in

Beautiful 1940 Wings of Texaco Grumman Goose airplane metal diecast coin bank by Ertl, stock number F900, License No. 09560 (stamped so hard to read).
(Excerpt from back of box) – The “Texaco 34” Grumman Goose was purhased from the Gruman Aircraft Corporation of Bethpage, New York in June 1940. The twin Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr. radial engines delivered a top speed of 205 m.p.h. and a maximum range of 1150 miles. This particular Goose was flown by the Texaco Louisiana-Arkansas Division of the Producing Department for the superintendant of the New Iberia District in southwestern Louisianna.
This beautiful model is still in its original box and only taken out for photos, then returned.

Beautiful 1940 Wings of Texaco Grumman Goose airplane metal diecast coin bank by Ertl, stock number F900, License No. 09560 (stamped so hard to read).
(Excerpt from back of box) – The “Texaco 34” Grumman Goose was purhased from the Gruman Aircraft Corporation of Bethpage, New York in June 1940. The twin Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr. radial engines delivered a top speed of 205 m.p.h. and a maximum range of 1150 miles. This particular Goose was flown by the Texaco Louisiana-Arkansas Division of the Producing Department for the superintendant of the New Iberia District in southwestern Louisianna.
This beautiful model is still in its original box and only taken out for photos, then returned.

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