For your consideration is a early to mid 1900's vintage advertising paper weight. It is marked on the top: National Lead Company, Solder, Dutch Boy 888. It also displays in the center of the top a raised form of the Dutch Boy from the Dutch Boy Paints Symbol. When you see a big heavy piece of lead solder, such as this one, these days, you consider it as a paper weight. However, back in the early 1900's these were more than likely used when soldering or welding something. On the bottom there is a small drilled hole, also. In very good, vintage and collectible condition. Approx.: 6/8"D X 3 1/2"Rd. (In the picture of the bottom there is a piece of scotch tape, however, it has since been removed and is no longer there!)
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