Rather than encasing cash in an opaque field, the Numizmatus highlights them! A derivation of the word numismatics (the collection of cash), the piggy bank uses two sandwiched portions of glass to lure and showcase the coins, placed one upon the alternative. You slip the coin from the hole in the top, and it drops right down to randomly sit and gather with the opposite coins, facing both headwards or tailwards to the person. The Numizmatus works satisfactory with a diffusion of cash, spanning exclusive values, currencies, and even ages. Old and new cash sit alongside each other, showcasing a stellar sort of a metallic chrome sheen or the patina of elderly metallic, with information like famous collectible figurines and overseas numerics. Collect sufficient cash, and the Numizmatus becomes worth of being set up on a wall with different portions of art, possibly even being a metaphor for the charge of art itself!