Skull Money Banks from Medieval Collectables
All our skull money banks are made of cold cast resin and hand painted. Medieval Collectables is sure you will find that special coin bank such as the Knights Templar skull or Viking Skull money bank. The skull is in the shape of a human skull but smaller. The skull head stores the coins or money inside its head. These skull money banks will fool thieves that are not expecting money to be stored inside them while also scaring them away. Our unique skull money bank can be a highlight in your collection or just another piece of Gothic decor anywhere in your home.
This Celtic Lion Savings Bank is a great addition to any skull collection. Shaped like an ornately decorated human skull, this savings bank creates a regal display while helping you keep your loose change neatly stored away.
This skull money bank is a great addition to any skull collection. The skull head stores coins or money inside its head. The skull money bank is in the form of a human skull. Our skull money bank is 6.5 inches tall and made of resin.
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This Maori Ram Skull savings bank is a great addition to any skull collection. The Maori Ram Skull has Maori tribal designs covering the entire skull. The skull head stores coins or money inside its head.
The Roman Eagle Skull Money Bank is a great addition to any skull collection. This skull money bank is in the form of a Roman soldier with an eagle on the front of his helmet. Our Roman Eagle Skull Money Bank is 6.5 inches tall.
There is nothing better than a skull savings bank to keep your money safe. The Fiery Skull Money Bank features a dark skull with red teeth and flaming hair, which looks fearsome enough to safeguard your earnings.
This Skull Bank is the perfect place to deposit all of your loose change. Featuring the classic look of a skull, this Skull Bank will keep your change safe and secure, while adding a touch of gothic decoration to any space.
Money is much harder to take when it is well-guarded. This Skull Money Bank does not actually guard your money, but it does provide a different sort of defense. Not many people are willing to reach into a skull to get a few coins.
The Scary Skull Money Bank is more than just your average bank to store money in. This gothic figurine has the benefit of providing security for your spare change, too, as the bank does its best to scare away any thieves or robbers.
There is nothing better than a skull savings bank to keep your money safe. The Rebel Confederate Skull Bank features a skull wearing confederate regalia, which looks more than tough enough to safeguard your earnings.
A pirate loves to do nothing more than hoard money, and with this Pirate Captain Skull Bank, you can let a pirate do just that. While this pirate hoards your money, you will always know where it is, safe and sound in this skull.
Crafted to emulate the appearance of a rat sitting on top of a human skull, the Skull with Rat Coin Bank offers a spectacular means to store your collection of loose change while proclaiming your interest in gothic styling.
If you ask this gothic bank to keep your money hidden, you can be sure it will take your secret stash to the grave! The Skull with Red Hat Bank takes the form of a realistic human skull wearing a knitted cap bearing a Jolly Roger.
A skull with a wicked gleam in its empty sockets and a grin that fears not death fits perfectly the bold buccaneer. Arrayed with the famous emblem of the Jolly Roger, the Crossbones Skull Money Bank is a fine piece for your cabin.
If the sight of a ghostly horde thrills your heart, and a sinister skull delights your soul, then feast your eyes on this. The Spirit Skull Money Bank not only creates a spooky atmosphere, but also keeps your coins safely stowed.
Something about this skull makes one either hum about jolly holly and jingling bells, or mutter a few humbugs. Is it the hat or the merry grin? No matter the time of year, the Santa Skull Money Bank is sure to bring forth smiles.
Place your trust in a gentleman whose reputation is beyond reproach (and beyond the grave). The Count Magistus Money Box displays Albrecht Magistus, a well known but misunderstood aristocratic figure in Victorian London society.