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Canar money box

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Canar money box: why are piggy banks shaped like pigs? Piggy banks are very often used by children to put a little money aside and teach them to save. But many people wonder why piggy banks are generally shaped like pigs! What could be the link between the pig, saving and our small or large savings? Our duck money box is a gift idea games and toys, money box funny gadgets gifts, money box unique gifts for kids, it will entertain both children and not-so-youngsters, looking for originality and off the beaten track, perfect as money banks the cutest gifts, unique toys for kids money box The piggy bank, a business that began in England. The link between the animal and savings began in the 18th century in the British countryside, where pig rearing made it possible to feed people at lower cost. At the time, owning one or more pigs was a very good investment for farmers. They looked after their animals and fed them until they sold every part of the pig, because as everyone knows, "everything is good in pigs". This is how the pig came to symbolise thrift! The pig was represented in the form of a hollow container, initially used to save for everyday life. Then the pig became a sign of financial ease, a symbol of opulence. But over the years, designers have come up with other, more fun and more decorative ways of storing money banks, always based on the principle of saving, whether for children, adults, associations or anyone else. You'll find money box toys and gifts kids and other fun money boxes on our website: Gifts-custopolis.com However, few moneyboxes are toys like our money box from the Canar collection, duck disguised as an American tank, a fun gift idea for everyone or to give on any occasion as unique anniversary gift ideas money box that you will find at Gifts-custopolis.com.

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Material: PVC Dimensions: Length 16cm, Width 12cm, Height 16cm

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