the NATIONAL FOUNDRY -- Design # 148
HUBLEY -- Design # 305
This doorstop has a bookend that is identical.
The Bookend is Hubley # 408 that is 6 1/2 inches tall by 5 inches wide.
In 1940, Hubley sold this Doorstop from their own catalog for $15.00 a dozen.
National sold their doorstop unpainted for $1.10
per National's 1920's Catalog.
They also sold paint kits or their doorstops painted.
This doorstop was advertised in N. Shure's 1931 Catalog, page 198
See View AD1
as "The Scotty" with a leach for $2.80
See View Ad2
Shure was incorporated in 1925 Sidney N. Shure
in Niles (suburb of Chicago), Illinois.
The company sold radio kits.
They latter became an audio-electronics manufacturer.
They made wireless microphone systems,
phonograph cartridges, mixers, and digital signal processing.
The company is in business today.