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II check mechanism, in virtually unused condition and original cream card trade box, 1950’s (see illustration) £200-300 8’9”, scarlet silk inter-whipped, rattan bound handle with sliding nickel silver reel fittings, suction joints, swollen butt, drop rings, tip 2” short, fully restored in mahogany and brass capped tube £100-150 domed ivorine handle, pierced brass foot, strapped rim tension screw with Turk’s head locking nut and 1906 calliper spring check mechanism, drum with four rim cusps and nickel silver milled locking screw, faceplate stamped Rod in Hand trade mark and straight line logo, line groove to one pillar, wear to finish, in Farlow block leather case, circa 1907 (see illustration) £350-550 large facetted wooden handle with patent sun and planet anti-reverse gearing, brass bridge foot, quadruple cage pillars, fixed check mechanism, faceplate with stepped spindle boss and oval logo, light wear from normal use, circa 1910 £180-260 ebonite stepped acorn handle, exposed bronze gearing, finger pick-up line guide, nickel silver rimmed alloy spool with graduated tension adjuster with original rexine case and spare spool, circa 1915 £150-250 left hand wind folding ebonite handle, full bail arm, optional check button and a Hardy Hardex No2 Mk.

II threadline casting reel, turned ebonite handle, full bail arm, ebonite drum, chipped (2) £80-120 of waisted, flared fort, interior with lift out wicker upper receptacle for tackle, lunch etc., rectangular side mounted fish hole, hinged cover with brass drop hasp latch, stamped diamond registration mark, canvas and leather carry satrap, 13 ½” wide, circa 1890 (see illustration) £250-450 caged and six spoked drum with ebonite rear flange, polished alloy front flange with eight perforations, twin tapered ebonite handles and twin release and regulator forks, brass stancheon foot, rear sliding brass check button with bar spring check mechanism, interior stamped “1997 – 2 L/H” and “S. W.” backplate engraved make and model details, reel is in unused condition and in velvet lined block “D” leather case with gilt stamped model details to lid (see illustration) £800-1200 caged and six spoked drum with twin xylonite handles, brass stancheon foot, rear sliding optional check button and bar spring check mechanism, rear plate stamped Stag logo and model details, light wear from normal use only, 1930’s £140-240 caged and six spoked drum with twin stepped xylonite handles and front flange perforated ten holes, brass stancheon foot, rim mounted optional check lever with bar spring check mechanism, backplate stamped Stag logo and make and model details, light wear from, normal use only and in block leather “D” case, circa 18940 (see illustration) £300-400 left hand wind model with black/gold anodised finish, multi-perforated drum and front plate, counter-balanced serpentine crank handle, bridge foot, triple cage pillars and rear mounted seven point graduated tension adjuster, backplate engraved model details and previous owners details, as new condition and in original block leather case (see illustration) £250-450 gold anodised finish, counter-balanced rosewood handle, spring drum latch, rear spindle mounted milled tension adjuster and optional check button, light wear from normal use and in zip leather case and cloth pouch £160-240 black anodised finish, counter-balanced handle, rear spindle tension adjuster and optional check button, in zip case and a Bruce & Walker “Norway Spey Caster” 3 piece carbon salmon fly rod, 15’, #10/11, in bag (2) £150-250 black anodised right hand wind model with multi-perforated drum, counter-balanced rosewood handle, push button drum release button and rear spindle mounted drag adjusting wheel, with #5/6 line rated spool, as new condition and in cloth pouch (see illustration) £650-950 caged and six spoked drum with twin xylonite handles, each flange with twelve ventilation ports, brass stancheon foot, rear sliding optional check button and bar spring check mechanism (replacement nickel silver check retaining screw, backplate stamped circular trade mark and model details, circa 1930 (see illustration) £600-900 each with ebonite handle, alloy foot, nickel silver “U” shaped two screw line guide, rim mounted screw tension adjuster and compensating check mechanism and a similar pair of Hardy St Aiden sea-trout light salmon reels, light wear to all from normal use (4) £140-240 ebonite handle, alloy foot, nickel silver “U” shaped two screw line guide, rim mounted screw tension adjuster and compensating check mechanism and a similar Hardy Zenith reel with spare spool and rectangular white metal line guide (2) £140-180 composition handle, ribbed brass foot, two screw drum latch, rear tension adjuster, light use only, in zip case and Hardy “Graphite Salmon” 4 piece fly rod, 18’, #12, black/scarlet tipped wraps, screw grip reel fitting, in bag (2) £130-180 composition handle, ribbed brass foot, two screw drum latch, rear tension adjuster, light use only, in zip case and Hardy “Graphite Salmon” 3 piece fly rod, 16’, #11, black/scarlet tipped wraps, screw grip reel fitting, in bag (2) £120-160 black champagne anodised finish right hand wind model with white composition handle on serpentine crank winding arm, 2:!

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