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Old 11th July 2018, 07:44
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Default Small wood and brass reel ? 3 inch diameter

Small wood and brass reel - 3 inch diameter

Twin slim wooden handles on circular brass mounting plates.

Brass foot and strap, with check button mounted on strap. Stuck in place currently - the reel in general is stiff to turn also so needs some grease if you want it to turn freely once more.

Reel foot is a little bent/twisted. Lots of patina and age to this reel though.

A nice mix of brass and wood.

Condition: C

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