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Skinner's new casting spoon
Fly fishing casting spoon and envelope made by G.M. Skinner in Clayton, New York, circa 1894. Used by James J. Hill. The backing card reads, "Skinner's New Casting Spoon, / Used With or Without Bait."
Content Category: artifacts
2 3/8 inches height (envelope)
4 1/2 inches width (envelope)
1/8 inch depth (casting spoon)
paper (fiber product)
Made by: G.M. Skinner
Made in: Clayton, Jefferson County, New York, United States
Used by: Hill, James J. (James Jerome)
Sports & Recreation. Fishing
Creation: Not earlier than 1894 - Not later than 1916
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
2009.29.48.A-C (Accession Number)