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WTS ATA Pins & Patch

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Porcupine, May 1, 2012.

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  1. Porcupine

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    I found these pins and patch at an estate sale. Please forgive the poor quality of my photography. All the pins are in like new condition, never worn (I removed them from the original clear plastic bags).

    The pin top row right is a 75th anniversary pin for the (1991) Connecticut State shoot, and the triangular one in the middle is for 'National Trapshooting Day' (but no year).

    I have no idea what they're worth; any PM offers before they go to Ebay? Thanks.

    LA in MA


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    1 of the guys at Shamrock leathers collects them maybe cut a deal with him?
     
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    I sure miss WW Super Lite powder.
     
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    The guys name at Shamrock is the son Bryan. He has a very extensive collection. He started collecting them as a young boy going to shoots with his dad and the family buisness. I donated several to his collection. He would definitely be interested.
     
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