Arc de Triomphe Saving Box
Dimension L: 7.5 W: 2.5 H: 7 Inches
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These memorabilia are actually savings boxes – much fancier versions of the piggy banks that many people had as a kid. The coin slot is located on the top of the tower. The money can be retrieved through the bottom by removing the rubber plug. This item has 100% iron frame; like all of our models, no plastic parts have been used. The model is handmade as well as painted for a more vintage look.
• 100% iron frame
• No plastic parts
• Painted exterior
• Handmade and hand painted
• This item has sharp edges and should not be used as a toy. Intended for use by adults and/or children over 8 years of age.
Located at the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle is one of the most famous monuments in Paris, the Arc de Triomphe. The monument was designed by Jean Chalgrin in 1806 and sets the tone for public monuments with patriotic messages.