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anyone have any info on these?  one is a Southbend, brand new in the box with all paperwork and special tool.  can't seem to find a year on any of the paperwork though.  seems the price was $13.50.



 



the other is a used Schultz Hampton New York?  left hand retrieve with clicker.  also has a piece of artwork on one of the sideplates with a lighthouse, beach, ocean and clouds.  I have no other information on these 2 reel and was just wondering is anyone has seen them before and possibly value them for me.



 



 



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I think I saw a reel like this a few days ago in this forum.

 

I will try to find it.

 

I found it; it is a different reel.

 

The location of the screws and clicker button is similar.

 

 

 

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atlantictrader's post #436 in the Picture of your favorite reels! thread

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I had a Schulz reel some time ago. I believe they were a local reel manufacturer. Brooklyn comes to mind for some reason. I think maybe they were made in Brooklyn years ago. smile.gif


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I had a Schulz reel some time ago. I believe they were a local reel manufacturer. Brooklyn comes to mind for some reason. I think maybe they were made in Brooklyn years ago. smile.gif

 

 

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1/23/11 Schultz Reel, Freeport NY circa 1938

 

 

quote name="KurtGett" url="/t/779421/schultz-reel-freeport-ny-circa-1938#post_8005799"]Anyone ever hear of these?

 

This was my friends fathers reel. To respect his privacy, I taped up his name that is engraved in the side along with the date 1938.

 

I did not know there was ever a reel manufacturer in Freeport NY.

 

 

Notice how the lever works to engage the spool.

 

 

Also he is looking to have it restored. Can someone give me a recommendation for a restorer?

 

 

Thanks, Kurt

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4/30/09 Originally Posted by albacized:

 

Everytime I go into an antique shop (especially near the coast), I see these fiberglass conventional rods that are opaque in color. Were those rods as common as it seems they were? It seems like the 'old style' fiberglass surfrods are never in that color, only in solid color. Is this true or are people just holding on to those surfrods?

 

 

4/30/09 lichum:

 

In the 1960s I had a spinning rod that had an opaque whitish color.

It was about 6'- 7' long.

The color looked like the color of the glass and resin; it was not an applied color.

It was a cheap rod purchased from a store.

 

I also had a custom fluke rod given to me as a gift.

It was a conventional about 5' or 5 1/2'.

This rod had an opaque yellow color that also appeared to be the color of the resin and glass.

The name on the rod was: "Schultz"

Town name on the rod was: "Freeport"

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