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September 3, 2017

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Re piggy bank resembling a cash register: I had one as a child prior to 8 yrs old and recall it held and calculated coins up to $10.00 only. At that point you needed to empty the register and I as well cannot remember exactly how but there was a door either at the lower backside of the register or at the bottom.
Fun Memories!!!!

Thank you,
Sam Horowitz
Lovee Doll & Toy Co.

Piggy banks were a game for children to educate them on saving from an early age.
Too bad that the banks do not do this function anymore.

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