Here's another delightful example of the early cast iron banks dating around 1900. This particular one has a horseshoe at either end that frames the head of a horse; both ends are connected by the fancy grille. The coins are dropped in on either end just above the horse's ear. In good condition considering age and use, it still retains most of it's gilt finish. It measures 3" in height, 3 1/2" in width, and 2 3/4" in depth.