This sheet steel toy was only completely sold with filling. The toy automats had a single mechanism: One could remove back wall and roof and take so again the thrown in coins. Of this money of course again the refills from Stollwerck should be acquired. An amount for the saving also still agreed, however. The saving-automats were a full success: to 1902 already 750.000 pieces were sold. Manufacturer was, however, not Stollwerck itself, but the company Anton Reiche from Dresden. The specimens were mostly very much fine and printed in high quality. The most valuable pieces are today the automats with colorful fairy tale motives. Interesting for the specialist are also the prints in different languages that were determined for the export.