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1970s Owl Moneybox

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This little Owl Moneybox was originally given away to customers of the Union Bank in the 1970s to encourage saving. It is back in production and now it is available to buy without having to open a new bank account.

The moneybox is made from brightly coloured plastic, in either yellow, red or green. He stands at 10cm high and once you’ve filled him up, he can be emptied at the bottom, opening with a little key.

The moneybox costs £8.95 from Hus and Hem.

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