National Savings Still Bank, Piggy Bank, Tin, Made In England.

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National Savings Still Bank, Piggy Bank, Tin, Made In England.

 

National Savings and Investments Were Founded By The Palmerston Government In 1861 as The Post Office Savings Bank, That Operated In Britain Between 1916 and 1978. The aim Of The Bank Was To allow Ordinary Workers a Facility "To Provide For Themselves against adversity and Ill-Health", and To Provide The Government With access To Debt Funding. As an Example, Savings Certificates Were Issued In World Wars I and II To Help Finance The War Effort. On 1 June 1957, The Premium Bonds Draws Were Inaugurated, Using E, R, N, I, E. – The Electronic Random Number Indicator Equipment Machine, Which Is Now Located In The Science Museum.

Item Code - PIG6A6992DA

Width: 2 1/4"  Height: 3 3/4"  Depth: 2 1/4"  Weight: 56 g


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