A few years ago, I made a point of visiting the Woodmen® Woodmen Tube Letters.
I’d read about the letters on the internet, and I always wondered if they were true.
Turns out they were.
Woodman Tube letters are found all over the country, from California to New York.
And each one is made from a single piece of metal: a metal tub with a hollow top, a metal candle tube, a tube of wood, and a metal tube letter.
Some of the letters have been around for centuries, but some were invented in the 1920s.
I wanted to know what kind of wood the letter came from, so I decided to do a little research.
I found some interesting information about the wood.
The letters have no “lettering” marks, and they’re all wood.
They were created to match the lettering on a vintage wooden clock, and the letters are stamped with a picture of a tree.
One of the Woodmans lettering is stamped “Woodman” on the bottom, but that’s just a stamp.
It’s a trademark.
The lettering used to be a very distinctive design, which was part of the reason why I found so many examples.
There were some older Woodman letters that were stamped with “B” and “W”, but I’ve never seen them stamped “B”.
The wood lettering has a unique shape.
The wood letters have a “slab” on each end, which has a little bit of wood at the top.
When I took a photo of the metal letter, I realized I had to take some photos of the tube letters to get a better idea of what they looked like.
A Woodman tube letter has a slightly rounded bottom.
When I made the photo, the tube letter was a little less rounded than the WoodMan letters.
It had a little more wood at one end and a little metal at the other.
I didn’t have enough photos to be sure, but I was pretty sure it was a Woodman.
The Woodman metal tub letter has rounded ends.
One of Woodman tubes is stamped with two letters.
The other is stamped a different way.
If you look closely at the photo of WoodMan tube letter, you’ll see that the letter is a little thicker on the metal tube.
The metal tube letters also have a little “slob” at the bottom.
It’s possible the tube and the metal letters were designed to match up, but this seems unlikely.
I’m sure someone could have designed a WoodMan letter with a “B”, “W” and a “Slab” stamp and stamped it in metal.
But I wouldn’t know that from the photo.
There’s also a Woodmans stamp on the tube.
It is stamped on the top of the tub, and it says “Wood” on both sides of the stamp.
It’s a very small stamp, but it’s definitely worth noting.
It tells us a lot about the makers and makers’ intentions.
What you need to know about Woodman and Woodman Tub Letters