Antique Lures

 

Shakespeare Hydroplane and Tarpons

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First in line is a traditional yellow perch five hook underwater in the five hook configuration with plate hardware. Lack of notches in the props, a.k.a. plain props, tells us that this is a later version.

Next is a later Hydoplane which has the washers on the screw-eye hook hanger. It is with the correct gray-with-the-green-logo pasteboard box.

Finally, is the "Tar-poon" lure or more formally called a Tarpalunge. This is the later pressed eye version.

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