Box, Money

A novelty metal money box, in the shape of an Ivon Watkins-Dow chemical drum. The box is cylindrical in shape, with a yellow top with 4 circular holes and one slit for coins. The base is removable and also yellow. The body of the money box is bright green, with a yellow band across the middle which has the logo and name of Ivon Watkins-Dow Limited. Beneath the name and logo the tin states "CHEMICALS FOR AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY". These are printed on 2 sides of the tin. Above and below the yellow band across the body of the tin are raised edges, as per a chemical barrel.
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This novelty money box belonged to R.W.Fairweather, who worked for Ivon Watkins-Dow Ltd. The money box is shaped like a barrel for storing and shipping chemicals.
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