Overall: 3 x 2 1/2 in. ( 7.6 x 6.4 cm )
Wheel-thrown stoneware still bank in the form of a jug with button finial and horizontal slot (for coins); undecorated and covered in red slip.
Gift of John J. Cornell
printed: on newspaper clipping attached to bank: "How well we remember our Baptist Sunday School and receiving a small terra cotta jug with a slot, and all us little ones are lustily singing: Oh come buy a jugg, the nicest of juggs -/A jugg that knows how to keep money -/A jugg without rumm, a jugg without beer -/A jugg that knows how to keep money -."
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