"Diamond-E" logo for unknown maker who rebranded brushes with store brands

Vintage Diamond-E logo 

See also: Macy Associates, Maestro, Marvy, C-Mon, Buffalo, Success, STA-FAST and Lath-r-ade

 

Possibly made by Erskine?

 

This is a 1918 trademark by Sears in Canada, not sure how or even if it is related.

 

 

 

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