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Lyman Boat Works - Manufacturer's Certification/compliance Plate on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Sandusky, Ohio, United States

Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Condition:New

Lyman Boat Works was founded in 1824 in Cleveland, Ohio.  The manufacturing of LB was moved to Sandusky, Ohio.  In 1972, LBW closed its' doors for the final time.  This is an ORIGINAL LBW certification/compliance plate from the factory with NO engraving on it!!   Do you own a Lyman, did you own a Lyman?  Here is a great collector's item or VERY unique Christmas gift for someone you know who owns or owned a Lyman.  This plate can be engraved with the owner's name or the boat name!!  Just in time for Christmas as a gift or stocking stuffer. 

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