Abe Lincoln Liberty Penny Bank

Abe Lincoln Liberty Penny Bank

ca. 1920

A penny bank for children, complete with an image of Lincoln and a thrift motto. The idea is for the child to save a dollar, penny by penny, to learn a thrift saying in the process, and to connect the idea of saving with the idea of freedom.

Subjects: Thrift boxes/banks, Teaching thrift, Saving, Money management, Thrift Collection

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