Probably not an ER 925. Its base is hollow and would allow enough sanding down to change the proportions of the handle quite that much. (I have one awaiting a new knot. Stripped of all the glue, the walls and floor are quite thin.)
That's what I'm counting on. I dug through all the pages in the Ever Ready thread but only found one that looked similar. It was a "Simms" I believe that someone posted. The profile is SIMILAR to some of the ERs, but not a match.
It's a Rubberset. I took an orbital sander with a polishing pad and polished up the green a little bit. When I got to the black painted wood I was pleasantly surprised to find "RUBBERSET" and "TRADEMARK" faintly stamped in the black part of the handle. Any idea what model this might be?
I also removed the old knot. I found a black rubbery material holding the hair, a bluish harder epoxy-like material below that and a brass-like ring with what looks like four small brad nails holding the ring in. The hole is currently 8-9mm deep and 20mm wide inside the brass ring. Does the epoxy need drilled out? How deep should it be to fit a 20 or 22mm knot?