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Three Alvey side cast fishing Reels. Model 650-C5 and two model 500-C5.

Two various fishing Reels. Including boxed Penn jigmaster 500L; and Garcia Mitchell 600A.

A c.1930s large 5½ inch Ogden Smith's game fishing reel, black anodised metal, brass fittings, polished alloy handles, nickel Bikerdyke line guard, stamped with maker's details including the model 'Ceaos'.

Vintage wicker fishing basket, approx 36 cm high, 45 cm wide, 28 cm Dia

A large and impressive 8 inch oak Scarborough sea fishing reel, brass foot, two large winding handles, c.1930.

A c.1910 4½ inch mahogany star-back salmon fishing reel, David Slater quick release latch, brass lined spool, with sinking tip line.

Two various Charles Alvey fishing Reels. Snapper reel; & 700 Surf Champion.

An Allcock's brass fly reel, 2¾», heavy construction, bone handle and permanent check, with old line, engraved maker›s details under foot

Caned fishing creel basket, approx 33 cm high. 42cm long

A Nottingham wood and brass starback fly reel, 3½ inch, on/off check, line guide, with horn handles, c.1890s

A Scottish Macleay Inverness brass fly reel, 3½ inch, permanent check, maker's name embossed to face plate, c.1890s

A c.1950 William Southam (Sydney, Australia) split cane big game fishing rod, inscribed 'The No. 6 Saltwater Rod', with original chromed metal fittings, rubber grip to the base and cloth above the reel, roller head tip and four graduated eyes all with orig

A late Victorian period brass and steel extendable fishing gaff with original turned wood handle

The following early fishing items were the property of Morton Allport (1830-1878). He was a solicitor and a leading figure in bringing the first salmon to Tasmania. Further information on Morton Allport is to be found in the Australian Dictionary of Biogra

The following early fishing items were the property of Morton Allport (1830 -1878). He was a Solicitor and a leading figure in bringing the first salmon to Tasmania. Further information on Morton Allport is to be found in the Australian Dictionary of Biogr

An early 20th century Hardy Bros. 'The 'Silex Major' 4 inch alloy reel, the check with four adjustable positions, maker's details, model and patent numbers marked to side, curved applied pinned panel with retailer's details 'For W.H. Tisdale Ltd....', with

Fishing Rods: nice group of antique fishing rods in original canvas socks, including Hardy Bros, C.and W. Bird of Studley and Bartletts. (4 items)

A rare Australian J.T. Crouch & Sons 3ó' competition casting reel with extra high speed retrieve, offset geared handle, c.1960

A Hardy Bros. Ltd 'The Perfect' fly reel, size 3 3/8' with ribbed brass face frame, drag adjuster button. Some fatigue to face plate

A Hardy Bros. Ltd 'The Perfect' fly reel, size 3 1/8', with ribbed brass foot, rim drag adjuster button and floating line guide

A Hardy Bros. Ltd 'The Perfect' fly reel, size 3 3/8' with ribbed brass foot and rim drag adjuster button

A c.1950 2Ñ' Langley level wind casting reel (USA) model 41 cm stainless steel with chrome finish with original leather case

A c.1920's large 4' brass Ogden Smith salmon reel, spoke type spool tensioner, large ebonite handles, sliding line guide, embossed maker's mark to face plate

A late Victorian rare small size III' Nottingham wooden fly reel with brass star back and fittings, on/off check, reversible line guide, with old braided line

A c.1910 4' Allcocks wood and brass fishing reel, on/off check, fully spooled, maker's mark to foot

A c. 1920s 4 inch Nottingham mahogany fishing reel with brass fittings, on/off check

A Victorian 3? inch brass fishing reel, Birmingham made, permanent check

A c. 1860s large 4ó inch Graham of Inverness brass salmon reel, horn handle, good working check, marked with an oval embossed logo

A Victorian large Farlow 4? inch brass salmon reel, permanent check, ivory handle, engraved with maker's name and address, 191 strand, London

A c. 1900 2 1/8th inch Hayward U.S.A style brass multiplier fishing reel with a wide drum, reverse stop lever, offset crank

A c. 1920's 4ó inch English Scarborough boat reel, the mahogany body with brass fittings, spooled with old line

A Hardy Princess fly fishing reel with two screw U-shape line guide, with a Hardy vinyl case. Together with 15 Vince Marinaro size 28 midge hooks. Together with a Kingfisher-floating 7 ft flyline. Together with 30 yards of bean's floating nylon fly line.

A collection of angling equipment, including reels by Allcock, Anderson of Edinburgh, the 'Silex Major' by Hardy Brothers, Eton Sun and others, and rods by Hardy Brothers, 'Perfection' and 'The Wye rod', C. Farlow & Co, Madein, a net and two tackle boxes

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