Early 1900s, lead, "Perfection Anti-Friction Metal" paperweight that measures 3&1/2 inches in diameter and weighs just under 3 pounds! Those papers aren't going anywhere! It was made by the National Lead Company, advertising their Dutch Boy Paints. From Harvard University...."The National Lead Company, now known as NL Industries, began business in Philadelphia in 1772. Several lead manufacturers banded together and incorporated as the National Lead Company in 1891. The company has been well known for its white-lead paints, sold since 1907 under the Dutch Boy label".
I currently have several pieces of vintage advertising in my shop, and am happy to combine shipping. To see them all, type, "advertising", in the California Girls search box at the top of this page
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