A fun and funky Miami Beach souvenir from the 1950s or 60s in the form of a bank with a Bird on top and a Flamingo on front. The bank is somewhat mechanical in that you place the coin in the slot of the bird's head, tilt it with its tail, and watch the coin roll down its beak into the house's chimney. The bank is made entirely of plastic in pink and blue while the Flamingo is hand painted. Measures 4 1/8 inches in length inclusive of the bird's tail, 2.5 inches in width at the roof and is 4.5 inches tall to the top of the bird's head. It is in good vintage condition and still has its original stopper on the bottom. Unmarked save for "Miami Beach, Fla."