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Old May 26th, 2005, 04:34 PM
Joe Gardham
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Default Edgar Sealey Centrepin Reel

Hi Folks,
Need a bit of help/advice.
I have recently acquired an Edgar Sealey 4 1/2" Centrepin Reel.
It is called a Freewinde (the 'e' on the end is deliberate).
It is a really nice reel, and runs very smoothly. I am a pole/match man I'm
afraid, so I probably won't use it.
I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice as to its value/worth?
I'm not sure I'd want to sell it, but dont want my young 'un using it if its
valuable/collectable.
I've scoured the internet and ebay, but can only find Edgar Sealey Rods,
further increasing my curiosity.
I hope somebody out there knows something about it.
Thanks for your time
Tight Lines!


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Old May 28th, 2005, 06:51 PM
Derek
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"Joe Gardham" wrote in message
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Hi Folks,
Need a bit of help/advice.
I have recently acquired an Edgar Sealey 4 1/2" Centrepin Reel.
It is called a Freewinde (the 'e' on the end is deliberate).
It is a really nice reel, and runs very smoothly. I am a pole/match man

I'm
afraid, so I probably won't use it.
I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice as to its value/worth?
I'm not sure I'd want to sell it, but dont want my young 'un using it if

its
valuable/collectable.
I've scoured the internet and ebay, but can only find Edgar Sealey Rods,
further increasing my curiosity.
I hope somebody out there knows something about it.
Thanks for your time
Tight Lines!


Not seen the one you mention so far as I recollect but check at the bottom
of page http://www.mullock-madeley.co.uk/auc...170301_28.html
price quoted is for a pair of reels and IMO the price is a little optimistic
judging from other appraisals
Derek


 




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