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Vintage Marathon Bait Company Wausau Wisconsin Fishing Lures Display Sign on 2040-parts.com

US $64.99
Location:

Grand Blanc, Michigan, United States

Grand Blanc, Michigan, United States
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Brand:Marathon Bait company Manufacturer Part Number:does not apply Country/Region of Manufacture:United States UPC:Does not apply

Here we have a vintage molded plastic Marathon Action Tackle display sign " The Lures they Like to Strike" Marathon Bait company Wausau Wisconsin. By Design Dimensional Products. The Graphics are flawless! There is a crack in the plastic on the bottom corner that at some point someone taped, shown in pic 12. It is not noticeable when hanging on wall. Measures 17-1/2" tall by 14" wide and 4" deep at the deepest part. It is ready to hang on your wall at the marina, cabin, man cave, bar etc. Really cool true vintage display sign. Not reproduction. See pics. Use the zoom feature on the pictures for more detail. 
                         

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