Always a popular genre of the cast iron still banks were buildings, particular bank buildings. This one has a lot of neat details including elaborate windows and a red shingled red roof. I don't know if the bottom is original, but the bottoms of this style of bank were always a thin sheet of steel, often painted. No cracks or damage, retains an amazing amount of paint. Measures 3 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches deep and 3 inches wide. It's a neat one! Circa 1900-1930.
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