Tank Money Box; Andrews, Leonard; 1918; LDMRD 1010


Museum of Richmond


Tank Money Box

About this object

First World War money box in the form of MKIV tank. The tank has a sliding lid behind the crew compartment on the roof. Hand-made of dark wood by Leonard Andrews for his daughter.


Andrews, Leonard

Date Made


Medium and Materials



Length: 270mm
Width: 150mm
Height: 125mm

Subject and Association Keywords

British Army

Subject and Association Keywords

World War One

Subject and Association Keywords

Trench Art

Object Type

Money Box

Object number

LDMRD 1010

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