Why kids who play with this antique toy grow up rich…

Mar 11, 2008 by

This antique toy – the perfect coin savings bank – demonstrates exactly why some kids are destined for fortune. This ingenious 1950s coin bank calculates and keeps a running total of the dimes, nickels, and quarters you place into savings. The catch is that the drawer will only open and allow you to withdraw your funds once you reach a total of $10 in savings!

antique toy coin bank

Teach your kids (or yourself) the importance of saving money and prepare them for the compound interest benefits of CDs with this antique coin bank! Taking savings to a whole new level, say goodbye to the “backwards” piggy banks of today and greet hello to this intelligent antique toy at our Etsy shop here.

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8 Comments

  1. is a good training for kids :P

    some more this antique also worth a lot when the kids growth up

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