See Note 3
.Note 1 :
This doorstop has many color variations.
.Note 2 :
This is probably the most common of the People Doorstops & its value reflects that.
.Note 3 :   --  There is a Number Controversy
A page from the National Foundry catalog states this Number should be "66".
Numerous Doorstop backs show the number "6" in script. -- See Picture "M1" & "M2"
The National Foundry marked many of their doorstops with numbers in script.
National sold this doorstop unpainted for 50 cents or
electroplated with brass, copper, or nickel for $1.80
per National's 1920's Catalog.
The name. "Large Lady" is the designation used in the National 1920's catalog.