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    Posted 7 years ago

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    A mintish Brunswick King duckpin bowling pin. Circa mid 1950's and later. Subject to verification. It's smooth, happy, and colorful. One of my favorites! About 9.5" tall by 4" wide at its big fat belly.

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    1. gmercury2000, 6 years ago
      This line of Brunswick King duckpin was produced most likely the mid to late 1960's. This was brunswick's last pin made as they were phasing out of duckpins. The During I believe was the 2nd to last of the line of pins they made. I see these usually fetch a pretty penny on ebay when they pop up from time to time.
    2. Ginseng108 Ginseng108, 6 years ago
      They do come up occasionally, but rarely in such good condition. It's a crapshoot collecting old stuff. I'm still looking for a good condition rubber band duckpin.
    3. gmercury2000, 6 years ago
      There is one of these on ebay right now. Looks decent. Hopefully it will find a good home. I agree, it's tough finding nice display pieces. If I see any decent rubberband pins I'll keep you in mind.

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