Heddon Lures: Page One
Slopenose in picture box
in picture box
'It Swims' intro box
sienna in white musky box
Sucker in white musky box
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Rare c. 1904 Heddon Slope
nose. Two pin, brass cup and tail, hand painted collar. Two
hook. In the correctly marked early oak leaf version picture
is in excellent plus condition, box is also in excellent plus condition.
This lure was found in
coal country of Montana. It was stored in a metal box in the
rafters of a miner's shack near a river.
c. 1904 Heddon 'Killer', three belly weights, in the correct rare
and early oak leaf picture box. The box is the earliest version
with the oak leaf border instead of the later double blue line. No
paper, but example is included as in photos.
Box is very good plus, lure is very
A rare c. 1910 Heddon
901 yellow with red spots in the extremely rare Introductory "It
Swims, It Swims" box. Box is marked 901.
Lure is in excellent
plus condition, noting slight hook mark in varnish at tail top,
box is excellent, noting small dent in box. With correct
Heddon marked packing tissue paper.
This is an extremely rare piece
because it is the rare intro box with an excellent condition lure.
Heddon 900, white with red and green decorations, in the correct marked
white box. C. 1911.
Lure is in like-new
excellent plus condition, box is solid excellent . With correct
This is the second
version in the double blue line white box.
1912, Heddon 700 in cup rig in the white box.
The white box is the Musky version with the down leaping Bass logo
printed on top with a single blue line around the border.
Rare c. 1912 Heddon musky Black Sucker 1300,
cup rigged, marked props, in the white box which is correctly marked on