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A New Zealand colonial Lambert pottery money box, baluster form, salt glazed with golden tone to the top, the knob finial broken and absent, a single slot to the shoulder inscribed below 'Lorna Bank' with incised fern leaf design framing, incised

Vintage cast iron bull dog money box 9.5cm high approx

An Italian 'Italica' Ars ceramic 'Owl' money Bank, height 17 cm

Cast iron 'Artillery Bank' money box in the form of an artilleryman firing a mortar at building, possibly a reproduction.

A cast iron sailor doorstop, a patinated metal money box and a gilt metal stand, 19th century and later, the stand 25 cm

Cast iron money box, in the form of a red mail box, 16.5 cm high approx.

Antique cast iron, Minnie Mouse money box, approx 22 cm high

A vintage Australian aluminium and steel William Tell money bank, the aluminium archer with bow shoots a coin knocking an apple from the young aluminium child's head, all painted in gold, the coin deposits in the tin tower, all on a steel base with mos

1930s Crosley radio money bank, in cast iron by Kenton Toys in red, excellent condition. Length 11 cm

Antique brass money box, with screw off lid, 16 cm high approx

Antique brass inlaid money box, HRH Princess of Wales and HIM Empress of Russian and C. Ashton and Parsons Ltd., 17 Farrington Rd, London, EC approx 15 cm high, 33 cm wide, 23 cm deep

A group of three metalware animal novelties, Victorian to early 20th century, including a cast brass retriever head, a standing brass bear money box in two parts and screwed together and an iron cast bulldog money box with remnant iron red colouring, also

An American cast iron 'Black Mammy' money box, late 19th to early 20th century, in original condition, the standing figure with hands on hips and with red and white clothing, cast in two parts with a coin aperture to the back and screwed together.

Four antique figures along with a vintage money box, approx 21 cm high and shorter (5)

A 'Jolly Nigger' mechanical money box. A 'Jolly Nigger' mechanical money box

A vintage N.Z. made carved aluminium 'Greedy Boy' money bank. His black painted head, red jacket with white collar and blue bow with some paint loss, impressed details to the reverse, 'Made in Christchurch,' lever operation, complete.