This object, halfway between a pin-tray and a piggy bank, self-counts money. It stores and measures coins of 1, 2 and 5 cents rarely used and tells the user when the content value reached one euro. A copper tray fills up and lowers as the user empties coins from his pockets or purse. When the copper tray reach the level of the ceramic container, the coins’ value is about a euro – enough to buy a stamp, a coffee or a baguette. Technically, a weight is placed under the copper tray, as the coins are stacking, the weights level themselves.