A fantastic iron bank teller's screen, salvaged from a bank in Baltimore, MD, and dating from the early 1900's. The gate is constructed of hand wrought and riveted iron and features an open window where transactions would have taken place; curling volutes accent the piece throughout. This screen is in very good antique condition; it displays no cracks or breaks. This gate is 35" wide, 30-3/16" tall, and 3/4" thick. There are coordinating gate pieces under #NG6-RW and #NG7-RW
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