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This old folder is a coin saver that was original issued by a bank in Greeley, Colorado. The booklet is in the shape of a happy pig wearing a bow tie and the front reads; Take your Piggy Bank to Greeley Industrial Bank. On the inside there are 30 slots in which to insert dimes. Under the slot are little piggy, each with a 10c increment adding up to $3.00. It appears that only the first slot was ever used. Across the top it reads; A Piggy A Day is the Easy Way. On the back advertising for the back and a pitch on saving habits. The folder was made by the Handford Brown Co. of New Jersey and I would assume this is from the 1960’s.
It measures about 5 3/8” high by 3 7/16” wide in when closed and is in very good condition with minimal edge and corner wear, creases and soiling.
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Vintage Cardboard Dime Saver - Old Piggy Bank Coin Saver
$15 USD SOLD
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