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Miscellaneous soldering items that don't really fit into any other category.

Soldering Iron Printers Block Soldering Iron Printers Block
Printers blocks were used in the printing process for adding graphics to newspaper ads.

This block depicts an electric soldering iron. Block is 2 & 5/8" long.
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1920s Soldering Iron Printers Block 1920s Soldering Iron Printers Block
I thought this was pretty interesting when I found it. The plug on the soldering iron gives the time period away. The iron has a standard Edison type screw connector for screwing into a light socket. Light sockets were used in the 1920s to power lights and other things before houses were wired with outlets like we have today.
Block is 2½" x 1".
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Sure-Flux Core Solder Printers Block Sure-Flux Core Solder Printers Block

Block is 1 5/8" x 1 5/8".
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Nokorode Core Solder Printers Block Nokorode Core Solder Printers Block
"For All Soldering
Guaranteed Virgin Metal"

Block is 5/8" x 1 1/8".
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Craftsman 100 Soldering Gun Tie Clip Soldering Gun Tie Clip
This tie clip sports a likeness of the Craftsman model 100 soldering gun. Might have been given out as a sales promotion.



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