a) Box base made from wood. Labels on all exterior sides and interior sides. From the front, one reads "KING" on the exterior side and "VAN DYCK" on the opposite interior. "VAN DYCK" is on a red banner with a white background. "KING" is on a brown label that mimics the appearance of wood. PR and PL interior sides are c overed in cream coloured paper.
PL side exterior features the portrait of a man with long hair and a moustache on a lime green background.
PR side exterior and back side are covered with brown wood pettern paper. Bottom PR side has "VAN DYCK" banner running across the width.
b) Box lid is a flat rectangular piece of wood. Front side shows a portrait of Van Dyck on a diffuse circular green background. The label itself is white. On the reverse side, there is a brown wood coloured label with a circular logo in the centre in black.
c) Assortment of rubber bands, pencils and pencil crayons, paperclips, tacks, fountain pen heads, erasers and crayons.
d) Thin pencil in brown wood and metal silver coloured top with miniature hat.
e) Thin pencil in brown wood and metal silver coloured top with miniature top hat. Text along the side.
f) White plastic ruler with black ink. Front side measures in inches on the bottom and 1/8 inches on the
top. Logo across the front reads "Richards Wilcox Manufacturing Co.". Writing also along back.
g) Green pencil with a metal silver coloured top.
h) Metal silver and gold colouredmechanical pencil with a slightly fanned top.
i) Utility knife with three different blades, two on the PL side and one on the PR side. A metal crest is
on the front. The body of the knife is darkwood flanked by silver coloured metal on the PR and PL side.
j) Flat metal nail file that tapers at the ends.
k) Flat gold coloured envelope opener. Decorative designs engraved on the handle. Logo across the
l) Square Valentines card with a black cat on the front and red bow covering its face. The text “Here's
Luck” in the top PR corner. An inscription on the back in brown.
m)Small rectangular glass plate, edges taper.
n) Drafting template made from plastic(?), rectangular in shape and with rounded corners.
o) Flat rectangular pencil sharpener, with white label with green letters on the front and rough emery
surface on the back. Emery appears to be layered, one sheet on top of another.
p) Dull green envelope wax bar. Front reads "S. FISHER, STONEYCROFT POST OFFICE".
q) Black wax bar. Front reads "LYONS' CALENDAR WAX".
r) Rectangular white box for Lion Cement, with corked glass jar inside. Inside the jar is a light brown
material. Text on all sides of the box and bottom lid on the. On the front is a statue of a lion in
s) Rectangular white box for ink, with glass jar inside and plastic black lid. Black chunks of dirt inside
the jar, and white label on the front with a gold frame. Box has blue writing on all sides including the
top and bottom lids.
t) Corked glass jar with a brown paper label fitted over. Text on label is black, and runs vertically when
the jar stands up.
u) Metal silver coloured drafting triangle. Metal corroded dark grey, making lines and numbers difficult
v) Clear plastic cylindrical jar with a white lid, nails and tacks inside.
w) Flat curved wooden wooden template, divided into two amphorous hollow shapes.
x) Sliding metal silver coloured shell. When fully extended, the tube from inside swivels open. Subtle
pattern in the metal body.
y) Flat disc-like eraser with a metal silver coloured centre and hole. Orange coloured.
z) Rectangular cream packet for a blade with red text, in the shape of an envelope with the blade
inside. Text on blade in black.
aa) Gold casing for a black eyebrow pencil.
bb) Short shell for lead. Pressing on the gold coloured top, the opposite tip opens to grasp lead.
Bronze coloured body.
cc) Silver coloured metal casing for leads that is inside.
dd) Wooden cylindrical case for leads with a blue label.
ee) Glass cylindrical beaker with cork for leads. Black label with white text.
f f) Sliding metal case with blue body and black lid with white lettering. Leads inside.
gg) Gold coloured metal triangular measuring device.
hh) Small cream envelope with fountain pen lids inside.
i i) Short mechanical pencil with a black body and a silver coloured metal top and grip.
j j) Brown pencil with gold coloured metallic handle.
kk) Mechanical pencil with black surface and silver coloured metal clip.
l l) Black pen with metal silver coloured tip, clip, and top.
mm) Plastic fountain pen with black shell with silver metal design on handle. Fountain pen tip
appears to be oxidized copper.
nn) Wooden fountain with black handle and bronze coloured metal tip.
oo) Green mechanical pencil with metal silver coloured top, clip, and tip.
pp) Pencils x 30 - various sizes.
qq) Erasers x 30.
r r) Crayons x 2.
ss) Fountain pen tips x 3
t t) Tacks x 2
uu) Paper clips x 11
v v) Rubber bands x 6
ww) Leads 5
Metal, wood, plastic, paper, paint, lead.
Black, brown, cream, green, blue, white red, silver, gold, yellow.
Marks / Labels
a) Front text reads “KINGS”. Interior side reads “VAN DYCK”. Product text on the underside.
b) Cover reads “Beatrice Hodgson/Dundarave/West Vancouver/B.C./Canada” “VAN DYCK” “TRADE
e) “GORDON'S LONDON DRY GIN”
f) Front reads “A hanger/for any door/that slides”/“Richards-Wilcox Manufacturing Co.” “AURORA/
ILLINIOS”. Text on reverse.
g) Along the side “GERMANY 28/14 A. W. FABER”.
k) Front on handle “MACLEAN/BUILDING REPORTS LTD./TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG”.
l) Front “HERE'S LUCK”. Writing on the back.
o) Front label has text in green.
p) Front = “S. FISHER, STONEYCROFT POST OFFICE”.
q) Front “LYON'S CALENDAR WAX”.
r) Black text on all sides and bottom lid.
s) Blue text on all sides including top and bottom lid.
t) Text in black on all sides of the cover.
v) Lid reads “CUNNINGHAMS/PX”.
y) Engraved text on the silver coloured metal.
z) Red text on both front and back. Text on blade.
aa) "Kissproof/Midget eyebrow Pencil".
dd) On label "1 DOZEN/EAGLE/2520 COPYING/THIN LEADS/FINEST QUALITY/EAGLE PE.../NEW
ee) "MONUMENT REFILLS" Text on label.
gg) Engraved numbers and measurements on front. Back reads "H. A. HODGSON".