Robert S. Butler posted:

 They were probably too embarrassed .  An examination of almost any other crossing by other manufacturers during the same time period indicates this crossing was the absolute bottom of the barrel with respect to quality. 

I would say early / "primitive"   ... given the skeletal appearance and low catalog number ?   The same lot included first-generation manual switches, and some VERY early (?) terminal-track (individual fahnstock clips clamped to the center and outer rail).

Probably by 1925 (catalog above), this was the entry-level X-over ?

 

 

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