Has anyone ever seen the squatty version of one of these? It sure is different from the normal No. 20 shown on the left. Maybe these are common out in the wild west? I never seen one like it before.
Thanks to all who replied! I had replies from common to rather scarce, but everyone agrees that this is the early version of the No. 20 and that there are three different profiles. The one missing in the picture is the tall profile that I was also unaware of. Always something new to learn in this hobby!