An absolutely fascinating bank of beautiful drawers. Both handsome and practical.
Each of the seven drawers (workshop made not mass produced) have double-sided coins as handles. These ‘unofficial farthing’ coins are stamped for Edwin Cottrill of St Paul’s Birmingham and date to around 1860-1870 according to The British Museum archive website.
The doors have a catch and working key so do lock. Some drawers are open spaces and some have metal sub dividers, which can be removed.
The perfect bank to dress any space, with ideal storage.
Metal skull is life size for scale
Condition: Where there are specific points to note we will detail these as far as possible but please be aware that all our items have wear commensurate with age and are as seen in the photographs. If you require any specific information please do not hesitate to get in contact. Please note: plenty of wear including scuffs, marks etc. These have lived a life but have so much left in them.
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