$5.49 Each
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Brass Coin Slot

Item #
28949
Rating:
96% of 100

Here is the crowning touch to your hand-crafted bank!

(1) Brass Coin Slot
(1) Package of Pins
More Information
Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 0.0200
Tech Spec
  • Fits all modern U.S. coins
  • Dimensions: 1-1/4" W x 2-1/2" L
  • Slot measures: 1-1/4" L
  • Brass plated
Tech Docs No
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Perfect item & a good price
Perfect for the Texas bank I’m making for my grandson. I’ll try to remember to share a photo when I’m finished.
July 15, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
It really brought my Post Office door coin box together
October 14, 2017
Purchased
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great for my bank project
August 16, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
sent on a timely basis and good product
January 17, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Good quality Comes with brass nails Will accept a 50 cent piece
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Added Jan 11, 2017
January 11, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
brass coin slot
Rockler is the only place I can find these but they look nice and finish my banks the way I wanted them to.
May 17, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
brass coin slot
this was just what i needed to have for my banks.I WAS GLAD TO FIND THEM, AND I BOUGHT 10
February 11, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I have bought three of them. One for each of the truck banks I made for my grandkids. They give the truck that final professional look.
February 7, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
They look very nice. I would order again.
Fred
October 22, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Only way to go !
The first banks I made, I tried to just cut a slot in the wood but its hard to get one straight and smooth, so I ordered the coin slots. Worth every penny, looks great and covers up a rough slot. Don't let the price scare you, I tried it both ways and the brass coin slot is the only way to go.
June 6, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
I chose this product because I trust Rockler -- I've always found them to have good quality merchandise delivered at a fair price.
Craig P on May 9, 2018
This item was needed for projects. We liked the style of this rather than oval ones found elsewhere.
Michelle V on Nov 18, 2017
I chose this product because I trust Rockler -- I've always found them to have good quality merchandise delivered at a fair price.
Craig P on May 9, 2018
I am building 4 money banks for my Grandchildren from walnut cut from my Grandfathers Iowa farm in 1942
Jarvis on Dec 30, 2017
This item was needed for projects. We liked the style of this rather than oval ones found elsewhere.
Michelle V on Nov 18, 2017
Have ordered before and like quality
Thomas I on Jun 25, 2017
nice touch to any type of bank being made.
Good Wood Butcher on Mar 4, 2017
building a bank could not get it locally
vern b on Feb 14, 2017
As a part of a gift I am making
A L on Nov 3, 2016
For a project
Richard S on Oct 31, 2016
I have purchased a lot of old mail box doors at antique shops, this slot makes a difference.
Supergrape on Sep 19, 2016
Small wood banks for my nephews
Jacob O on Aug 14, 2016
To finish a project
Ray P on Jul 29, 2016
Made banks for my newborn grandson and granddaughter.
Gnugs on Jul 12, 2016
to finish banks my father started before passing
robert k on Jan 28, 2016
To go with the Mail Truck Bank I make for each one of my Great-Grandchildren.
RICHARD B on Jan 22, 2016
I have old mailbox doors and want to make banks.
Roger M on Jan 2, 2016
I purchased doors several years ago and have now made banks. Needed these items to complete the project. Suggest you furnish one with each door and include with the price of door. Wouls have all items needed to complete project
John T on Dec 29, 2015
Keepsake gift
Kevin C on Dec 10, 2015
USING THIS ON A PROJECT I'M MAKING.
J E on Nov 18, 2015
This is the only place I can find these slots. They make the homemade coin banks look 'finished.'
Deidre M on Nov 14, 2015
Because I need them.
John M on Oct 29, 2015
to make a finish and functional appearance.
Paul S on Sep 27, 2015
goes with mail box doors
Thomas G on Sep 13, 2015
Have old mailbox door assembly that will use to make this bank.
Joseph C on May 20, 2015
I want to make a coin box
Jeff R on Apr 18, 2015
Is my birthday present to my gran son.
Henry W F on Apr 10, 2015
It was the only source that I could find for this specific item. I have used Rockler for similar items in the past. I am pleased with the effect that this finishing touch adds to the post office door banks.
R A on Apr 9, 2015
I am building 4 money banks for my Grandchildren from walnut cut from my Grandfathers Iowa farm in 1942
Jarvis on Dec 30, 2017
Have ordered before and like quality
Thomas I on Jun 25, 2017
Are there plans for the wooden box behind the Mailbox door?
Newell Tillman on Dec 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There aren't any plans with the brass door and slot, but I'll tell you how I built mine. I used 1/2 by 6-inch oak boards, and I took a class from a master woodworker who cut them to length for me and demonstrated hand-cut box joints. Per the instructor's advice, I oriented each board with the width (about 5 1/2") running from front to back for the top, bottom, and sides. On my coin box, the top and bottom boards came out to about 4 1/4 inches, and the sides were each 5 1/2 inches. These dimensions included the 1/2 inch box joints. When getting the dimensions for the cuts, you'll want to make the insides edges of the boards fit the inside edges of the brass frame (there are screw holes to attach it to the wood). Finally, I drilled a series of holes in the slot and found an attractive piece of 1/4-inch oak to cover the back. I inset the back piece and glued it to cleats inside the box. There are many ways that you could build a box to fit the door. My project was challenging but fun, and it went much smoother when I had a master woodworker assist me. Also, I made some practice box joints before cutting on the wood for the final piece. I would e-mail you photos of my coin box, finished with gunstock stain, but we aren't allowed to include contact info. Best wishes, happy holidays, and good luck!
Is there a oval plate?
Mike V on Jul 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There are oval plates. You can get them on Ebay. The ones that I have seen have designs on them that say that refer mostly about post office doors being genuine PO box door. I hope that this helps to get your search started again.