Hardys Anglers Guides 1800's

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If anyone has any further pictures or information on dates etc relating to the Hardys Anglers Guides from the 1800's please let us know.
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Hi Mark, I have only ever seen 2 others in the 1800's, one in 1883 (light blue) & 1888 (aqua colour)
As for the years in between I am uncertain. I have actually written to Hardy-Greys to ask if they actually have a list of the years that catalogues were actually produced and if they have photographs of them catalogued. Cheers, Gordon

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Mark wrote: Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:28 am If anyone has any further pictures or information on dates etc relating to the Hardys Anglers Guides from the 1800's please let us know.
Hi Mark,

I have copies of John Drewetts repro catalogues (see https://www.thomasturner.com/shop/hardy ... -1905-box/) if you need any info from them.

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Dok

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