You push the ball with your thumb, it clicks & disengages the clutch. I have one, maybe two. I also have an early 66 with black metal body before they went plastic. I'm sure I'm remembering correctly that it's a 66 & it was pretty much the same as the 33 at the time but with a black metal body instead of chrome. Same drag/clicker & everything.Like on the 11 and 22? I've seen those, but never used one. I came across an 11 awhile back at an antique store, but I wasn't in the market for it for what they were asking.
That's amazing!! I've never seen any of it colored.
I'm not a collector of EAPG but there is a registered pattern book that collectors do buy.I had no idea it was that many, but I certainly don't doubt it.
That dish alone is probably worth a fortune, but the story makes it priceless.I'm not a collector of EAPG but there is a registered pattern book that collectors do buy.
My grandmother had a long Pyrex sheet casserole dish with fancy handles molded off each end that resembled sea shells. Supposedly my grandfather won it shooting rifles at a carnival. One of my female cousins has it now.