To assess the value of the collectible, ceramic Natwest pigs, much depends on the condition. A full set can range in values between $160-$400. The manufacturer of the specific Natwest pigs also influences the value.
To encourage children to save, Natwest bank in the UK, introduced ceramic money box pigs in 1983. The original maker was Sunshine Ceramics. Their production was limited to 400 sets, meaning these are valued more highly. Wade, however, manufactured 5 million individual ceramic pigs in this line. Main production ceased in 1988, but there was one more family member to be added. In 1999, Wade produced 5000 pigs named Cousin Wesley.