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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Charles Oliver, Southampton, UK. - Aug 17th, 2016 9:56 am.|
Charles Oliver, Southampton, UK.
I have inherited an old Hardy spinning rod, and the inscription on the rod is - 10lbs Neo Glas, Ben Lomond. Hardy Bros, Alnwick. The number H66131 is stamped on the butt. It appears to be unused. Knowing that some Hardy rods are rare and are collectable, I would be most grateful if anyone could advise me if this rod is of any value. Regards. C. Oliver.