These old wood contraptions are mouse traps. One is a McGill Can't Miss Four Way Mouse Trap because it; Releases Right, Left, Up or Down. It is from the McGill Metal Products Co. of Illinois dates from the late 1930's with a patent on the front. One trap is a Victor and it has a piece of plastic representing chees to supposedly fool the mice. It was made by the Woodstream corp. of Pennsylvania and I think it is from the 1990’s. The last trap is a plain Jane generic made similarly to the McGill but with absolutely no graphics. These are meant as collectibles rather than ones to be used.
Priced and sold as the group of three (3).
They measure about 3 7/8” long by 1 7/8” wide and are in fairly nice condition with minor rust, soiling and stains.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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