Vintage tin money box in the shape of a safe made by Smith & Johnson, London
Vintage tin money box in the shape of a safe made by Smith & Johnson, London.
Vintage Smith & Johnson London tin money box in red-brown with gold colored details. This tin has been designed in the shape of a large antique safe. The door of the vault opens by means of a number combination. This tin can be opened by rotating the two round buttons on the left front side. Further on the front a decorative border, floral pattern and rotatable decorative handle.
On top of the tin, there is a slot with an ornamental motif for inserting coins. The sides have a frame and decorative motif. The name SMITH & JOHNSON LONDON is shown in the rectangular black oval at the bottom as well as in the sides. At the bottom, there are four spherical feet.
This tin money box is in a used vintage condition with age-related wear. The lock with number code is still fully functional.
- Height: 18.5 cm.
- Width: 13 cm.
- Depth: 7.2 cm.
A safe (also called a strongbox or coffer) is a secure lockable box used for securing valuable objects against theft and/or damage from fire.
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