Wooden Money Box in the Shape of Drawer Dresser 19th Century
Only the top draw slides out to place your coins inside, when the draw is closed, the coin drops into the box.
To empty the contents you would need to unscrew the screws on the base legs.
It appears that this dresser money box may have been part of a bigger piece, perhaps with a mirror because there is glue residue on the back showing it was attached to something.
One of the feet on the base has been repaired previously and as long as the top draw is in the right position it slides out smoothly, if not it can slide out awkwardly.
Size is 15.5cm x 8cm x 9.5cm