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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by VaultDoors View Post
    Not sure why the artist added red dots to the boltwork on the Wayne County Bank vault door...
    The same question would apply to the Dime Savings door seen earlier.

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    A few more.

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    Aetna National Bank, Hartford, Connecticut. Do you suppose the two men are guards?

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    Pacific-Southwest Trust & Savings Bank, Pasadena, California. A very southwest look. It also looks distinctly hand-colored.

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    Los Angeles Investment Building with the largest vault door in the West. Notice the name of the bank is missing.

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    German American Trust and Savings Bank, Los Angeles. I posted this years ago, wondering about the apparent double-cross-link boltwork.

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    Farmers State Bank, Middletown, Indiana. I don't own the actual postcard but it seems to look like two photographic prints were glued to card stock then hand-lettered?

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    German American Trust Company, Denver, Colorado. Based on the arrangement of the rack-and-pinion drive this looks like a Remington-Sherman door.

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    A couple of comparatively contemporary cards.

    The first one is from North Kansas City, The National Bank, circa 1962. The second is from Lynwood, California, and seems to have been scanned with extra color contrast (other images of other copies are not as bold).

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    A few more --

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    Above: Citizens Southern Bank, Savannah.

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    Above: The Savings Bank of Peoria.

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    Above: National Metropolitan Bank, Washington, DC.

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    Above: Miners National Bank, Pottsville, PA.

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    One more batch --

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