Heddon Jointed River Runt 9330 XRG Green Shore Minnow Color with Box Brush Box / Paper
Heddon Jointed River Runt 9330 XRG Green Shore Minnow Color with Box Brush Box / Paper. Great vintage combo. Used lure in overall in good condition with only minor wear and waxing. Box has some wear and stains but overall in good condition and displays well. Box dates from 1934-1945. Matches lure. Includes box catalog. Color made from 1935-1956. Early two piece hardware. Nice matching combo overall. See photos. One of the most iconic fishing lures of all time. Collect or fish you can't go wrong with a Heddon River Runt.
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Domestic (U.S.): Shipping is normally around $3.50 - $4.50 total for a normal sized lure. Musky lures are a little more. Remember if your order is $25 or more you can choose to get free first class USPS shipping. Other shipping options are available at an additional cost.
Canadian Shipping: Canada is easily our second largest customer. We offer some of the most competitive shipping rates to Canada available. Shipping is calculated at checkout based on the weight of your lures and your shipping choices. We try our absolute best to keep the costs low. If you are looking to combine multiple orders please let us know and we will work with you. Please note, the recipient is responsible for any possible duties, taxes and customs fees.
AUSTRALIA NOTICE: Since USPS has indefinitely suspended shipping to Australia we are no longer offering USPS to Australia. If this changes in the future we will again offer them. In the meantime we are offering shipping via DHL and UPS. Charges are calculated at checkout. Due to the higher cost it probably makes sense to make larger orders rather than several smaller ones. (USPS details can be found here.)
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