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Art of Angling Show 2011

Auction Items

Photographs by Per Brandin
 
Leonard model #38

 

 

H.L. Leonard model #38; from the post-fire Leonard period of the late 1970's, this 7 ft., 2 pc. / 2 tip rod remains in essentially mint, unused condition. It has a down-locking aluminum reelseat over butternut spacer and chrome guides with the more modern stripping guide in use at this period. Comes in original bag (with stiffener) and fancy leather rod tube. $1600

 

 

Bogart Banty

 

 

Chris Bogart one piece 'banty' 5 ft 4wt. fly rod in new, unused condition. Comes with rod bag in pvc tube. Perfect rod for the purist stalking brookies on small steams. $995

 

 

Orvis

 

 

Orvis special mini-salmon rod. This is a 2 pc. / 1 tip rod which measures just over 5 feet in length and reads "Orvis Impregnated" / "Salmon" / August 3, 1966 / "George Reed" around the rod shaft above the grip. Serial number is #44209. There must have been a craze for a while to fish really small rods for salmon, probably driven by the exploits of Lee Wulff; in the Atlantic Salmon Journal Summer 2010 there is an article about a 4'4" Hardy rod called the 'Phantom' which was used as a salmon rod. This rod remains essentially straight and in excellent used condition. It come in what appears to be the original bag and black aluminum tube. $450

 

 

T&T Catskill Legend

 

 

Catskill Legend

 

 

Thomas & Thomas 'Catskill Legend' commemorative rod; 8 ft., 3 pc. / 2 tips for #5 line. This rod was built as a tribute to many of the names we know from Catskill fly fishing, whose names appear inscribed on the full n/s reelseat, along with the logo for the CFFC&M. Wraps are golden with light brown tipping and full intermediates throughout and the ferrules are fancy Swiss style. Grip still has plastic on the cork. This rod remains in essentially mint, as built condition and comes in original bag and tube. $2,350

 

 

Sage Graphite III

 

 

Sage Graphite III; #7 line; 8'9"; 2 pc. / 1 tip; "10th Anniversary Model". This rod appears to be in new, unused, as issued condition and comes in original bag and fancy tooled leather tube which should be worth the price alone. $225

 

 

Tom Morgan Rodsmiths

 

 

Tom Morgan Rodsmiths 7'9" #3 line graphite rod; 2 pc. / 1 tip. The graphite rods designed by Tom Morgan and offered under the Tom Morgan Rodsmiths name are some of the smoothest casting graphite rods of all time. This rod appears to be essentially new and unused and comes in its original rod bag and fancy tooled rod tube, inside the padded outer tube bag. Reelseat is very highly figured hardwood with cap and band. $850

 

 

Orvis

 

 

Orvis 'Seven-Four' bamboo rod; 7 ft.; three piece / 2 tips for #4 line. This is the more recent vintage orvis, serial number #87789 and it appears to be in new, unused condition. The reelseat is a n/s up-locking slide band; wraps brown over chrome guides. It comes in the original bag and black labeled rod tube. $775

 

 

Carpenter

 

 

W.E. Carpenter 'Traditional' 8' 3 pc. / 1 tip graphite rod for #4 line. These are very nice casting rods and have the high grade appointments expected on a Carpenter. Plastic still covers grip and the rod appears to be new and unused. Comes in original bag and labeled tube. $675

 

 

Poul Jorgensen

 

 

This 9 ft., 4 pc. rod is made for a #8 line. Above the grip it reads "Poul Jorgensen / 9' #8 line" and on the opposite side "Ron Hickman 12-89". The reelseat has a permanent short fighting butt behind an up-locking n/s reeleat with what looks to be a figured maple spacer. In excellent used condition and coming in original bag, no tube. $125

 

 

 

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