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F/S HEDDON 1904-05 TRANSITION 150 BLUSH CHIN, 2BW, CRACKLEBACK
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by John Moose - Dec 20th, 2015 3:05 pm.
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THIS EARLY BAIT HAS A WOOD BODY, MILKY EYES, UNMARKED PROPS, EARLY BRAS_ HARDWARE, TWO BELLY WEIGHTS, AND COMES BEAUTIFUL CRACKLEBACK FINISH. THIS SHORT LIVED BLUSH CHIN MODEL WAS PRODUCED AFTER THE 1904 3BW 150's AND PRE-DATES THE 1905 HIGH-FOREHEAD MODELS. THIS PARTICULAR BAIT IS PICTURED IN THE HEDDON LEGACY BOOK ON PG.77........$1600 SHIPPED & INSURED.......CK OR MO PREFERRED....ADD 3% IF USING PAYPAL

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