The 10 Best money boxes
Keep your loose change in one of these containers with a difference and you’ll soon be coining it in
Tuesday 03 September 2013
Modelled on a British Industrial Revolution-era factory, this is a classy place to put your pounds.
This globe-shaped money box features an illustrated map of Paris. Other world cities are also available in the series.
A funky mushroom coin bank that you could even hide among the pot plants for extra security.
Few things are worth saving up for more than a pint of beer. This bank, made from wood and brass, should inspire you to do just that.
Turn your cursing into cash with this censorship device. It can fit up to £500, so you can really reward yourself for turning the air blue.
An exercise in self-restraint. How much you save depends on how long you last before you smash this box's glass in.
One for cat fans, this battery-powered puss peeps out when you place a coin on the top, then snatches your cash in with its paw.
This is coated in a blackboard-type surface so you can scribble messages on with chalk as your financial priorities change with time.
This coin box has a maze on its lid, which should keep you entertained at home until you've saved enough for a day trip.
The lid tallies up each coin, saving you the misery of pouring them out and totting them up before you realise you only have £1.47.
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