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Collector’s Classic: Elephant Money Box

An elephant never forgets to save and your child won't either with this Seventies Elephant Money Box

Posted: 1 August 2008
by Junior

A pair of rotund Elephant Money Boxes available at Family Tree

Commissioned by a Swedish bank in the Seventies, this Elephant Money Box was given to children when they opened an account and came with the message that an elephant never forgets to save. While they are rarely seen these days, you can buy one online at Family Tree for £5. It’s already proving popular with nostalgic Swedes, and comes with a lid and key – so little savers don’t have to smash to get to their cash.  

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Posted: 02/10/2018 at 23:28

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Posted: 26/12/2018 at 19:24

You know, I have money problems, too. I used to be very nervous and could go around the day all the banks in the city to get the coveted amount of money. It was horrible. But now I just go to the site to apply for quick loans online and get the money in a few minutes.

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