Depending on length, if it's an 8 1/2' rod worth maybe 100-125 in great condition, if it's a shorter rod it's worth a bit more. Now for other info, the Montague "Flash" model was foirst made in the early 1930's. The rod was in the lower spectrum of Montague rods, and sold for 5.00 The rod came with a cigar type grip, nickle plated brass reel seat and ferrules, red silk wraps tipped with green. In the 1940's the rodwas selling for 6.25 By the 1950, the "Flash" model moved up in the lineup and was now a middle of the road model selling for 16.50. In the 1950's the Flash had red wraps tipped white so this might be a way to age your rod. Montague was considered a working man's rod, sort of like a Shakespeare ugly stick Now. Nice to have something like that in great condition with a Family connection.