I found this photo of a great top online a few years ago.
Here's a block in the nine-patch pattern.
Turkey Tracks from the Ladies Art Company about 1890.
BlockBase also says Resolutions from the syndicated Nancy Page column in the 1930s...
which is a variation on BlockBase #1883...
a far more popular design that's been published a lot.
Ruth Finley called it Duck's Foot in the Mud in 1929
or Hand of Friendship. The Ladies Art Company called it Bear's Foot.
Then there's Cat's Paw from Nancy Page
(I get the feeling Nancy is making up these names.)
It's been an Amish favorite, hence the German name Batsche.
Many versions survive from 1890-1920,
probably inspired by the Ladies' Art Company design.
Here are variations on the nine patch idea from BlockBase.
More triangles and it's Premium Star
Premium Star, again from the Ladies Art Co.
The XYZ club used it as an album block in 1927
Perhaps Southern with that characteristic 9 patch and triple sash set
and solid colors (fading unfortunately.)
And one more variation, also from the Ladies Art: Hens & Chickens
But I still like the Turkey Tracks with the tall triangles the best.
A QuickQuilt from BlockBase