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|Discussion in ' Show & Tell' started by Patrick Tilley - Apr 23rd, 2018 1:47 pm.|
While at a garage sale I bundled all the fishing gear he had in one pile and got a nice price. Included was this box of Shad Rap lures. While the gift box itself had been opened it appears for all practical purposes the lure boxes have not. Rapala Customer Service said this was a sales marketing kit for Pro Staffers, Reps, etc. (They also added "Good Find!") The box shows some wear along the edges and corners and one 1/2" crease on a flap. No water damage, rip, or tears. The tissue paper liner has the Rapala story printed on it is and shows no damage other then possibly a little yellowing. While I probably am not interested in selling (at this point anyway) would anybody hazard a guess to what this would go for?