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About: Piggy bank, penny bank or money box is the name of a coin container usually used by children. Piggy banks are typically made of ceramic or porcelain. Many piggy banks have a rubber plug located on the underside; others have a removable nose for easy access to the coins stored inside. Other piggy banks have no opening besides the slot for inserting coins, which means that breaking the piggy bank is the only way to get to the money inside. Modern piggy banks are not limited to the likeness of pigs, and may come in a range of shapes, sizes and colors.
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