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Coming Back Home .....New Old Addition
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Neil Eddleman - Sep 7th, 2016 2:59 pm.
Neil Eddleman
Neil Eddleman
Only example known. From the 1915 - 1920 era. This piece came from Ernest Crie, Maine guide, story teller, carver,fishing legend who fished with Gad about Gadis, and who owned Cries hardware & sporting, good store in Rockland, Maine as I understand the origin. Lures are great and cool to seek out, but there is nothing like a great advertising display piece to get the blood going. Thanks to you know who for giving me a chance to bring her back home.

re: Coming Back Home .....New Old Addition by Stuart Strange - Sep 9th, 2016 9:51 pm
Stuart Strange
Stuart Strange
Great piece Neil - thanks for sharing!
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