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06/23/2019 08:33 AM
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OLD FLY TYING KIT IN ORIGINAL BOX + EXTRA’S
Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Metal, paper, feathers
Size. Varies
Rating: 8

Comments. This is a NOLL Fly Tying Kit No.20 Special that was made in Doylestown, Penna. It comes with a holding clamp, metallic as well as regular thread, instructions and lots of various feathers. The original box is in good shape with normal use wear and has very colorful graphic. Also enclosed is a No 3 Herter’s table mounting holding clamp, a screw holding rod, another box of feathers and a 1957 Mass fishing & game law book. Everything is in good shape with minor use wear and has some soiling/stains. These kits may be vintage but they can still be quite helpful to the modern day fishermen who wants to tie his own flies.

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