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Unread 03-18-2024, 06:52 AM   #1
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Do these have any collector value? Any guess how much? Thanx, Billy

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Unread 03-18-2024, 07:04 AM   #2
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Sorry, but no. They also look like they've reached the end of their reloading life.
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They're old. Not yellow
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Old, not yellow, and 20-gauge.

Maybe rare, but not a collectible.

Sounds like most of my collections.
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do you have very many of them?
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I just have the two shown in the pictures. Billy
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I’ve picked up a half dozen or so of them over the years . I loaded them all and they’re sitting on the window sill in what was my loading room and now is pretty much a storeroom .
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About 6 years ago, Federal put on a promotion to encourage women shooters. Made up a bunch of pink shells in 12 and 20 gauge. They had to recall the 20 gauge shells because they didn't follow the yellow shell convention
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A Navy Chief I shot with in San Diego had a case of them and gave me two boxes. In December 1973 I safely stored them away at my parents' house in Seattle on my way to Alaska. Next time I saw them they were fifty empties on the loading bench. Dear old Dad had shot doves with them!! I have one Western factory load and one Winchester reloaded in my shell collection. I'd imagine a crisp, full, factory fresh box would have some collector value.
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A full box of red paper 20's that pre-date Billy's shells and Dave's vignette. Would look good in a shell collection or with a Model 12 or 21 Skeet gun.
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