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Citizens Fidelity Bank Louisville Ky 1958 Glass Ashtray Dish

Citizens Fidelity Bank Louisville Ky 1958 Glass Ashtray Dish
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Product CodeAT-GCFB
Stock Level1
Promotion forCitizens Fidelity Bank
Located inLouisville, Kentucky
Item Age1958
Item Size5-14L x 5-1/4W x 7/8H
Item Weight5.0 oz.
Weight does not include the shipping box and packing material

$7.99

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Product Description
Vintage 1958 Citizens Fidelity Bank Louisville Kentucky bent or curved glass dish or ashtray.
Gold accents and gray graphics along with a translucent smokey black background complete the look.
The top right shows a light gray background with a gold candle with the dates 1858 and 1958 on either side. Under that, also in gold, it reads Our Happy Hundredth.
The main graphic shows a large set of buildings with horses in front.
Inside a gold edged rounded rectangle it reads Citizens Fidelity. Halfway under that in a gray rounded rectangle is the word Louisville in gold.
The bottom edge reads, in gray, Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (dot) Federal Reserve System
The graphcs are very nice
No cracks or chips in the glass or graphics
Great addition to your tobacciana, bank and/or dish collection. Plus a unique display item.
Interesting Facts
The earliest entity from which the company evolved was the Merchants Deposit Bank, founded in Louisville in 1858. In 1863, the bank changed its name to the Citizens Bank, and the first president of this iteration was W. B. Belknap of the Belknap Hardware and Manufacturing Companyof Louisville. The bank was chartered as a National Bank in 1874 and became Citizens National Bank. After several mergers, resulting in name changes, The Citizens Fidelity Bank and Trust Company of Louisville, Ky. was formed in 1944. Beginning in 1971, the company was headquartered in Citizens Plaza, a 29-story building designed by Welton Becket and constructed at 5th and Jefferson Sts. in downtown Louisville. After PNC purchased the Citizens Fidelity Bank & Trust Company in 1987, the building was renamed PNC Plaza.
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