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S/1859 19th Century Oak Money Box in the Form of a Castle

An unusual oak money box in the form of a castle, having four steps and entrance doors flanked by a tower. It has carved stonework open windows and turrets, raised on a rocky base. The main central tower has an aperture to receive the coins and the base unscrews to retrieve them. The whole has a pleasing nut brown colour and retains a patination.

Sold 5 in. (14.5 cm.) Wide
5 in. (14 cm.) Deep
7 in. (18 cm.) High
English Circa 1880