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Collecting Homemade Folk Art Lures
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Chance Dunlap TX - Sep 11th, 2016 6:58 pm.
Chance Dunlap TX
Chance Dunlap TX
I collect homemade folk art type lures exclusively. I'm always looking for pics of any examples for my archive. I can also find buyers for good examples. I maintain a blog dedicated to the subject and invite you to check it out. I've also recently started a folk art Lure Collectors exchange group on Facebook that is starting very well. Look forward to seeing your stuff.
Best,
Chance
http://chancedunlap.blogspot.c om
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re: Collecting Homemade Folk Art Lures by Les Ozimkowski - Sep 13th, 2016 2:13 pm
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Les Ozimkowski
Les Ozimkowski
That is a nice collection of folk art Chance. Keep up the great work.
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