Products produced between 1932 and 1962 carried a 2 or 3 digit reference number prefixed by the letter K.
Numbers were not engraved into product, but were indicated on the box and in the consumer catalogues included in every product. Trade catalogues also carry the appropriate references.
Where there is a product in the archive we have photographed it. Where we have no product but do have a catalogue then we have scanned the catalogue page as an image 'holder' until we get an actual product to photograph. Where we have no product or no image then we've posted a 'WANTED' sign. Please contact us through the 'Contact Us' link in the menu bar if you can help.
Our grateful thanks to those who have already contributed images, acknowledgements have been made in product text.
Consists of 360 separate script letters of the alphabet which will make up thousands of different simple sentences. The letters fit into the moulded ribs of a flat rubber tray. The tray will hold ninety letters. When the sentence has been completed it can be stood up and displayed as a picture. The letters will not fall out of position but are easily and quickly removed by bending the tray backwards. Approved script is used because the modern child learns to read and write in script. Patent applied for.
Age : 5 - 8 years.
Year : 1954