The first "LOC-NOB" style globes were made in 1915 and marked "NOBLOC" in the D-Lite/Wizard size only. It is unknown if this was a mistake made by the globe manufacturer and was quickly corrected, or if the original name was to be "NOBLOC" and was changed to LOC-NOB for some reason. (NOBLOC could be mispronounced as ("No Bloc.") There were not many "NOBLOC" globes made, and that the only known examples are clear. Patent dates reads March 10th 1914 Condition - excellent, very strong embossing , only one minor flea bite on the top edge .
Dietz "NOBLOC" Globe for Wizard lantern