Seller: walnutts (21,546) 100%, Location: Brewster, Massachusetts, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 392174691535 Rare and Original, ca1890 Cast Iron, “Royal Safe Deposit”, Combination Lock Bank Safe form Still Bank manufactured by Henry C. Hart Manufacturing Company of Detroit, Michigan in outstanding, original surface paint. This stunningly beautiful and very large, Cast Iron Still Bank measures approx. 6" tall and 5 1/4” by 4 1/2” at the base. It is made in the form of a Floor Safe and features a double dial, brass combination lock (we have not as yet been able to decipher the combination but will keep trying). Text cast into the face of the Safe reads “Royal Safe Deposit”. There are elaborate, cast flourish decorations on all sides of the safe and it stands on four integrally cast, non-turning wheels. There are also original decal illustrations on the Safe’s sides picturing charming little girls. The Safe does not carry a manufacturer’s mark but it has been documented a having been manufactured by the Henry C. Hart Mfg. Co. The Bank features original black and gold surface paint which is exceptionally well preserved. This original, “Royal Safe Deposit” Floor Safe Form Still Bank is in excellent+ condition -the surface paint is 100% original and the Bank retains approx. 99% of its original, surface paint - it has never been repainted, touched-up, restored or altered in any way. There are no cracks, breaks, chips, repairs or physical damage of any kind to the cast iron. There is some wear to the decals on the sides of the Bank as can be seen in the scans below. The combination, brass dial lock is working but the combination is not known. In 38+ years we have never encountered a Cast Iron Safe Bank this large with surface paint as exceptionally well preserved as the surface paint on this beautiful “Royal Safe Deposit” Still Bank!!! A very rare and very desirable, ca1890 Cast Iron, “Royal Safe Deposit”, Combination Lock Bank Safe form Still Bank manufactured by Henry C. Hart Mfg. Co. in amazingly well preserved condition and a fantastic addition to any Collection!!! Be sure to check out this seller’s other auctions for a number of other late 19th and early 20th century, cast iron Toys and Banks which are also being offered for sale this week on eBay!! Overseas shipping is extra and cost will be quoted at bidders request. Massachusetts residents must add 6.25% sales tax. Please check out other early and interesting items offered by this seller on ebay. Click Here to See Our Items We Have for Sale in the eBay Gallery and Click Here to Add Us To Your Favorite Sellers List. Important Notes about Shipping Charges: The amount quoted for Shipping & Handling is calculated by eBay and is equal to the EXACT amount charged by the Post Office plus a $1.00 "packing fee" - the $1.00 fee is our only compensation for the virgin packing materials we use on all of our professionally packaged boxes as well as our cost for the salaried help that does most of our packing - as I am sure you can see, we make NO profit on the Shipping charges and, in fact, our costs are usually greater than the $1.00 fee. Please contact us if there are any issues regarding the cost of shipping. ATTENTION FRIENDS!!! We are pleased to announce the start up of a second weekly auction by WALNUTTS-2.0!!! The next generation of NUTS have decided to take a crack at listing some of the hundreds of items that we have accumulated over the past 38 years. Click Here to See What WALNUTTS-2.0 is Offering in this week’s Ebay Auction!! Rest assured that WALNUTTS2 will be offering the same high standard of customer service and 100% unconditional satisfaction guarantee that you have found here in our weekly auctions. The "young'uns" will be starting off slow as they learn the ropes but we ask that you support them as you have supported us over the past 20+ years!!