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(@halieutikos)
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Hello,will you help identify this one, please. Thanks

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(@southbendcollector)
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Marc, i've gone through the reference books I have and cannot identify the lure.  I don't collect metal lures so am handicapped in providing any information.  Are there any other markings on the lure?

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(@halieutikos)
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Thank you for your answer George but I don't have facebook.
There is no other mark than the one you can see.
Marc
 

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(@southbendcollector)
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Marc, the other site to post a photo on is Joe's Message Board - Joe's Old Lures Message Board.  I don't know how to post pictures on the board, but if you made a post asking how, you would receive good responses.  I'll be at the Milwaukee show next week and will show a photo of the lure to a few collectors.  Suspect I can find someone to ID it.

George

 


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(@halieutikos)
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Thank you Georges, I will also try this way.

Marc

 


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(@southbendcollector)
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Marc,

The metal spinner was identified as made by William Croft in Canada.  No other details on date, value, etc.

 

 


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(@halieutikos)
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Thanks Georges, Do you have any proof of this? Another guy told me Charles E. Wheeler of Farmington, Maine ...

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