Antique Lures



Heddon Model 100: Early Fishing Lures

Heddon 100 Body Shapes

Below are three variations of the body shapes used by Heddon for their early 100 series.

Click on photo to enlarge it

The first lure is a blunt nose c. 1908 cup rig 100 in rainbow.

Second is a cup rig fat body 100 with unmarked props in silver flitter.

Third is an L-rig 100 with slim body in white. These are not all the shapes, but show vividly how much they varied.

h100shp.jpg (187595 bytes)

Heddon 100,  c. 1908 wood box models

Pictured below are six wood box models in various colors and the correct numbers on the ends of the boxes.  Shown, clockwise for the upper left are: 100 green crackleback; 101 rainbow; 104  red; 105 yellow; 107 sienna; 109 silver flitter.

Click on photo to enlarge it

h100a.jpg (15087 bytes)

h101a.jpg (11109 bytes)

h104a.jpg (10763 bytes)
h105a.jpg (14936 bytes)

h105y.jpg (95978 bytes)

h109a.jpg (15180 bytes)

Click here to return to Heddon lure Index



Have lures or reels you want  to sell?   Contact Gabby Talkington:  Contact information

Lure and Lure Box Prices We Pay


 Table of Contents  |   Search on this site  |   Home page

 Advanced Articles & Knowledge

This website is copyrighted 1997- 2011.  All rights reserved.  No image or content from this website may be used on any other website without written permission.  For any questions: Contact