K & K Animated Minnow. This great find had only some minor wear and paint flaking. It was definitely nicer than most I’ve seen.

Heddon River Spook Sinker in Allen Stripey. Unfished and Very Nice made this one bring a good amount of bids. Definitely is a tough one.

Bingo lure that said Merry Christmas on it. This must be quite a rare lure! It topped out with 16 bids.

South Bend Whirl Oreno In The Box. So often these are found with wear, but this one was NICE and in the Correctly Marked Box to top it off. When will you see another this nice?

Heddon 100 with 2 Belly Weights in the Wooden Box. The lure and the box had some wear, but it’s getting harder and harder to find these in Legimate Wooden boxes.

The Lebel Lure. This one is the WOW of the week. The seller in the UK described it as The Lebel Lure from the William Woodfield of Redditch wholesale catalogue from 1890. He said this is only one of Two known in existance, so this was most definitely a fantastic find.

Water Gremlin Magnetic Weedless Lure In Box. This is a neat one that I haven’t seen before. In Excellent condition and with the box and paperwork.

Arbogast Three Fin Tin Liz Sunfish. It seems these beauties never lose their appeal to collectors. This was a pretty nice example.

Creek Chub Peter’s Special in Silver Flash. You don’t often find these as nice as this one and in the Correctly Stamped Box too. This beauty had a whopping 41 bids!

Live Action Frog in the Original Box. This was a very nice one and just goes to show that plastic lures are loved by collectors too.

Heddon Lucky 13 in Black Shore. Yet another tough Heddon lure you don’t see very often. Once again, this goes to show that plastic is getting more collectible.

Heddon Musky Vamp in the Correct Box. The lure was absolutely beautiful, near MINT and in the Correctly Stamped Box. I’m sure the seller was thrilled!

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