Sandeel95

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Lots of places made them. The style was popular in the 60's. My friend and I poured a hundred or so ourselves from a bronze mold we borrowed. I remember Johnny's Tackle in Montauk was selling locally made ones I saw on my first trip to Montauk

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THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP.

 

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Please don't announce sales on this forum - or lock your threads - thanks.

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