Vintage saving tin money box Alain Gree

Vintage saving tin money box Alain Gree

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Quirky 1960's vintage money box, simply made from printed tin plate, I believe the illustrations are by the wonderful Alain Gree adding to the tins charm. There are five slots and compartments inside the tin, to save for Holidays, the zoo, funfair and Santa, leaving one spare in the middle to save for whatever you like.
The money box is in great condition there are a few scratches to the print around the edge from use, and some marks inside. but generally the tins in great condition.

22cm x 9.2cm x 4.4cm


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