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Looking for Vintage Trap Shooting Artwork

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by GW22, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. GW22

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    There's a lot of cool, historical stuff on the above website you could print out.

    -Gary
     
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    Check out the above site in two places. Historic photos and 19th century traps.

    The President of the club is James Walkowiak (pron Wah kov' E ak)and he has an extensive collection of trap shooting memorabila. And a nice guy to boot. PM him on the forum. He'll respond and help you out.

    Jack
     
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    I have lots of old trap score sheets.
    Some from the teens and 20's then many more from the 40's thru 70's.

    I have 2 framed ones in my "Remington Bathroom" with other Rem/UMC tin signs and advertising.
    I can take and send pic's if REALLY interested. The Western sheets from the teens are esp. nice with a line sketch of a Trapshooting scene and some advertising blurb about how great their shells are.
    I have used the 50's Winchester sheets framed with shelves and the actual shell boxes advertised on the sheet for Derby awards at our club.
     
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    I have these for sale. Looks like they were cut from Dupont Advertising from 1905-1906. There is a rabbit, squirrel, quail, and prairie chicken. About 6" X 13" in size. $50.00 each shipped. Thanks Steve
     
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    I tried to upload these all together but didn't work. As you can see each one has printing on the back. Thanks
     
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    I've got a copy of this
     
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    Reprinted Monte Carlo pigeon shoot posters come up on ebay occasionally. They are very colorful and interesting.
     
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