Made By Foundries:
Design # 38 - Shown in Pictures " F & B "
Design # 37 -- Shown in Pictures " N1 & N2 & N3 "
Hubley's MARKING -- 38 (In middle of the cavity on back)
National's MARKING -- 37 (In middle of the base on back.
Note 1 :
Hubley Colors were -- a Black or White Cat on various colored cushions.
Note 2 :
This particular doostop sold for $8.50, Painted, in the late 1920's.
A typical sales method of some foundries was to advertise in general merchandise catalogs.
Bradley & Hubbard even had a showroom in New York City.
Bulter Brothers on Broadway of New York City sold general merchandise thru their catalog.
This doorstop was advertised.in American Wholesale Corporation's Catalog.
American Wholesale Corporation was a division of Bulter Brothers in Baltimore, MD
In the above catalog, this doorstop was advertised.
To See a catalog page 121 from their Catalog -- Click on Picture Ad1 on left side
To See this doorstop on that page -- Click on Picture Ad2 on left side
National sold their doorstop Unpainted for 40 cents or
electroplated with brass, copper, or nickel for $1.50
per National's 1920's Catalog.
They also sold paint kits or their doorstops painted.
A FAKE EXISTS MARKED " CN " ON THE LOWER LEFT SIDE OF THE BASE
SEE PICTURES " X1 " & " X2 "