Ah, to have one's visage forever commemorated in lead! This is an ingot of babbit metal.
Canadian Machinery, 1921
In 1886, W.G. Harris opened a scrap metal business in London, Ontario. Harris Steel went on to become Canada's fifth largest steel maker, operating 45 plants in Canada and the U.S. In 2013, it was sold to the Nucor Corporation of North Carolina, North America's second largest steel maker.
For a peculiarly-posed picture of the company's Toronto location, visit Artefacts Canada.