Bibliography: p. 221-223.
|Statement||by Henry [Berry-Hill, psued.] and Sidney Berry-Hill [pseud.]|
|Contributions||Hill, Sidney, 1903- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NK9507 .H45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 233 p.|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||53006806|
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Made in Ohio in , this lure has a propeller at the front and rear, treble hooks and yellow eyes. Two versions of this lure are worth $10, today: the 3-Hook Minnow and the 5-Hook Minnow. Heddon Night Radiant $10, This lure, a Heddon creation of , is a topwater plug with a bloated head and a slender rear. S.B. Hill, Antique gold boxes: their lore and their lure () Abelard Press New York J. Wyss, The Swiss Family Robinson () Grosset and Dunlop Publishers New York Cited by: Henry and Sidney Berry-Hill, Antique Gold Boxes, Their Lore and Their Lure, Abelard Press, NY ; Clare le Corbeiller, European and American Snuff Boxes “, The Viking Press, NY C. Bernard Hughes, English Snuff-Boxes, Mac Gibbon & Kee, London, UK John Bedford, All Kinds of Small Boxes, Walker and Company, NY The 5 Most Expensive Antique Lures in Existence Daniel Xu Odds are that at some point you’ve picked up one of your father’s or grandfather’s lures and wondered whether was worth.
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