Offered in this listing are four printer's blocks made with wood with a multi-layered metal with copper on top. The largest block is in photo 1 and measures about 4" by 3 3/4" and has an image of a woman cooking and is an advertisement for Buck's Stoves & Ranges. The second block, shown in Photo 3 is 2 1/8" by 1 7/8" and is a South Bend Flexible Soft Finish Line logo. The third item is St. Joe Valley Line Co. Jovaline Black 15 lb. test silk line. The company was in South Bend Ind. This block is 1 1/2" square. The final item is a fishing lure that is about 1 3/4" by 1 1/4". I'm sorry but I don't know who made the lure or what it is called. The blocks are made with wood with a multi-layered metal with copper on top. The pieces are in very good condition and offers a view into history for fishing and other items and printer's block collectors.
We have numerous other printer's blockers which will be listed shortly so check our listings for more of these great old collectibles. This and several other items from the 1800's through the 1940's came from an Oklahoma estate of a family who owned a hardware store and includes many hunting and fishing, buggy, wagon, automobile and hardware store collectibles which we will also be listing.
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