Gustav Stickley footstool model #300 first shows up in the 1904 Catalog D Titled “Cabinet Work from The Craftsman Workshops”. This model #300 was soon changed, by 1910, eliminating the through tenons and arched sides. This is in good original finish and signed with the 1904 – 1907 mark with Mr. Stickley’s first name added to the decal. This was to help avoid any confusion with his other brothers companies particularly L&JG Stickley as they began using decals as well. L&JG Stickley even went so far as to use a decal depicting another wood working tool, a wood clamp. There is a small remnant of the earliest paper. This stool measure 15″ tall x 20″ wide x 16″ deep.