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  1. The Allcock’s Duplex Threadline Spinning Reel
  2. New Poldark series features Thomas Turner fishing rod and reel
  3. The lure of Hardy glass fibre rods.
  4. Something of interest
  5. The Sterling Nottingham Fishing Reel
  6. The Smith & Wall 3 Part Reel
  7. Milward’s Tiger Traces
  8. Cowan of Edinburgh 1869 -1898
  9. Hardy Improved Invincible Fishing Brogues
  10. Curious friction drive reel for left & right hand wind
  11. Heaton’s Patent 1888 fishing reel – forerunner to large arbor reels
  12. The Brake Block Wood & Brass Nottingham Reel
  13. The George F Ball Free Flo spinning reel for trigger happy anglers.
  14. old sharpes reel
  15. How to Gag a Pike the Jardine Way.
  16. Eggington & Sons Rod Makers of Merton, London
  17. Allcock’s Commodore big game and big value fishing reel
  18. The Gentle Art of Slooping.
  19. The Ainsco of Leeds reciprocating cam fishing reel.
  20. The Milward Brownie is not what you think
  21. Hardy St George Salmon Reel
  22. My Farlow teapot
  23. The Hardy Auxiliary Brake reels
  24. Collecting vintage tackle on a budget
  25. The Fishing Gazette Winch c 1895 R B Marston
  26. The Kitchen’s Patent free spool reel 1920
  27. The Intrepid Monarch Mk 1 reel
  28. Appeal – the mystery of the side casting reel
  29. The Leighton Light alloy & Bakelite spinning reel
  30. Sportex & Bronson: the collaboration
  31. The Allcock’s Aerial reel, is it a good investment?
  32. The weird side casters revolution
  33. The 200 year old brass pin stop winch
  34. When is a Speedia not a Speedia?
  35. The enigma of leather reel cases and initials
  36. The colonial fishing reels for the travelling angler
  37. The square case of Dingley & Farsure early spinning reels
  38. A Frederick Skinner Archimedian Winch c.1848 for Christmas
  39. Vintage anchor back Nottingham reel question
  40. Exceptional Hardy fishing reel and rod collection of 95 items acquired by Thomas Turn
  41. Hardy Silex Superba reel from Finn De Langer Bergen, Norway
  42. Hardy The Match Fishers Reel 1936-9
  43. The Hardy Birmingham plate wind reel – who named it?
  44. The Hardy Decantelle reel was an Anglo-French ploy
  45. The Hardy Princess reel in green finish 1953-57 only
  46. Hardy Sunbeam 3” alloy dry fly reel 1924-57
  47. Hardy The Fly Reel – a little known gem
  48. The Hardy Eddystone big game sea reel 1964-66
  49. Sprite tapered shank hooks
  50. Hardy The Compleat Angler presentation set
  51. South Coast Hardy & vintage fishing tackle collection
  52. Allcock’s Three Star boat rod offers 5-star value
  53. My Keith Linsell original watercolour is an acquired taste
  54. Hardy Brass Perfect reel with solid drum
  55. The Heath Robinson threadline reel
  56. The Harding’s Bercol threadline spinning reel
  57. LONDON TACKLE BUY: Aerials, Speedia, Dingley & Farlow reels plus cased fish
  58. Is the Grice & Young Agila an overlooked collectable fly reel?
  59. The case for Cooper copy cast fish
  60. The Farlow Livewire alloy casting reel c. 1930
  61. The Farlow Livewire alloy casting reel c 1930
  62. Vintage pike fishing gadgets
  63. Woolworths Winfield and great value tackle
  64. The London reels of Farlow & Eaton & Deller
  65. Christmas Newsletter Voucher Winners Announced
  66. Abu Record 2100 Sport tournament casting reel
  67. Bruce & Walker Hexagraph the Ray Walton rod
  68. Eaton & Deller of 6/7 Crooked Lane London query
  69. Hardy special edition leather fly rod tubes – only 20 made
  70. Hardy Featherweight Multiplier fly reel 1973-77
  71. J B Moscrop Patent 1891 brake reel
  72. Deller & Shuel London Dingley pattern fly reel
  73. Farlow Billiken Multiplier reel of 1915
  74. The Helical casting reel by AE Rudge of Redditch
  75. Hardy all brass Perfect salmon fly reel £12,000
  76. Ari t Hart Trilogy reel Limited Edition set 130/200
  77. Hardy Green Viscount is not a Princess
  78. Sexton Bigg, London reel maker 1881-1885
  79. The Roddy Dominator Big Game reel
  80. Allcock’s factory trade sample display frame
  81. Farlow Barrett Spinning reel c.1927-40
  82. Hardy The Silex revisited
  83. Farlow Sextile brass line drier 1st model
  84. Allcock’s Kastlite Patent drag side mount casting reel
  85. Fedeliter mystery reel
  86. Wm Robertson of Glasgow Stork logo
  87. The Palace Superb friction drive reel
  88. The Hardy Perfect reel seat blade
  89. Farlow’s Turntable light casting reel 1924-37
  90. Is the Allcock Sea Aerial reel special?
  91. How to keep your insects fresh & happy
  92. Farlow’s Scottish Pattern Patent lever reel
  93. Farlow’s finger brake spinning fly reel
  94. Nottingham Coin Reels
  95. The Hardy Super Silex Multiplier reel 1930-39
  96. John Herro of Temple Bar London 1730-1760
  97. Hardy the farne greenheart rod
  98. Risqué humour in angling advertising, the lighter side?
  99. Allcock the Shah Lure c.1870
  100. The Allcock’s glass minnow bait of the 1860’s?
  101. The Shakespeare Spin-Wondereel No 1756
  102. Hardy Miniature Palakona rod & reel set 1 of 3 with Royal links
  103. Three missing Hardy Perfect reels, keeping the faith
  104. The Coxon roller back Aerial reel
  105. Allcock’s The Brigald Patent reel?
  106. The French flag waving metal float c 1905.
  107. The Illingworth No.1 casting reel of 1905 ?
  108. Foster of Asbourne The Rational reel ?
  109. Hardy Anti Midge bottle with original box c 1910
  110. Selling to Thomas Turner vs. selling at Auction
  111. Allcock Dominion Aerial variant reel 1914 only
  112. Constable Kingfisher rod reunited with owner?
  113. Reuben Heaton Fishing Scene reels 1890-1910
  114. H.R.H Prince Axel of Denmark, 1888-1964 ?
  115. Only the French would wrap a swivel?
  116. The Hardy Simplex Wading Net
  117. Auger Tackle “The Augermatic” Patent Applied for spinning reel
  118. Steven of Berwick (upon Tweed) brass reel c 1870
  119. The unique story of the 1939 world record sea trout
  120. The Hardy Wye Palakona salmon fly rod range?
  121. Fred G Shaw Fly reel c 1915
  122. Another collection bought by Thomas Turner
  123. Hardy Sea Silex reel 1914 -1959 with case
  124. Scratch built big game sea reel with a difference
  125. Allcock Sea Dazzle bait
  126. Hardy Palakona 4’4” two section split cane rod
  127. Brass winches and horse hair lines
  128. Hardy Patent 1932 Stationary drum reel
  129. Antique fishing tackle fly fishing accessories collection
  130. The Deep-O-Bob float of Chicago, Illinois USA
  131. Treen trinket box with a fishy tale for tea
  132. Unusual brass free spool multiplier reel
  133. Heaton’s fishing scene replica follow up
  134. Farlow 191 Strand willow fly fishers creel
  135. The Howban of Moseley, Birmingham threadline casting reel
  136. Custom built 5’6” 2 piece spinning rod in the Wanless style
  137. Tom Moran hand built cane rods
  138. The Bowell Provisional Patent casting reel
  139. The Holliday 30 spinning reel: Italy and USA combine their skills
  140. Vintage spinning & threadline reel collection just arrived
  141. Fish Trade Mark hidden inside a reel, why?
  142. Harry Reynolds Stanton twisting foot Centrepin reel
  143. Allcock’s Improved Coxon Aerial reel 1925-28 in rare 3” size
  144. Fraser-Kilian Neo Caster multiplier reel, Model FKR-1
  145. 100+ vintage rod, reel & gadget collection bought
  146. Hardy The Ideal Phantom Bait
  147. Buying vintage tackle collections – another one arrives
  148. Allcock’s Aerialite Fly reel, a collector’s piece