A fantastic iron bank teller’s screen, salvaged from a bank in Columbus, OH, and dating from the early 1900’s. The gate is constructed of hand wrought and riveted iron, and features an open window with a window gate where transactions would have taken place; curling volutes accent the piece throughout. This screen is in good antique condition with some rust and a couple of bent or broken pieces (as pictured). This gate is segmented into two pieces, and measures 117-3/8″ wide overall, 48-1/2″ tall, and 1″ thick. This piece requires a custom shipping quote; please contact us if you have any questions.