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Thread: Wanted - LAW Ceramiscrape Dubbing Rake

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    Default Wanted - LAW Ceramiscrape Dubbing Rake

    Hi,

    I am looking for a LAW dubbing rake made by Lawrence Waldron of the UK. There were two models (fine & coarse) of the rake made, I am looking for either one. Also if any one has any other LAW accessories made by Lawrence Waldron I would be interested as well.

    Thanks,

    Michael

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    This has closed.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/LAW-Ceramic-...item1c213fc410
    You might want to contact him if you are ableto through fleabay.

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    Thanks, I saw that. I did contact the seller but it was too late, so now I want to see if anyone hear has one they will sell.

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    Here's his contact info from the Danica site:
    Lawrence A. Waldron
    3 Crockington Close
    Seisdon, Staffs. WV5 7EL
    England
    Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1902 896315

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    Thanks Fatman, Lawrie doesn't make them anymore. Thats why I am turning to the forum to see if anyone has one they are willing to sell.

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    Glad i bought one of each of his dubbing rakes years ago,just wish i had also bought his LAW vice,too

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    I found this on the Classic Fly Rod Forum. http://clarksclassicflyrodforum.yuku.com/topic/34732
    Trout don't speak Latin.

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    Hi Michael,

    If you haven't already done it, go back into ebay, and ebay UK and save a search in both for it. It will send you an email when one becomes available. Just like anything else, they come up every now and then on there. I went for years on these forums reading Hans Weilenmanns posts on how great they worked on different furs, but especially mole. I finally bought both quite a while ago now, and they do really work great! My worst fear is that I have a concrete floor and am afraid that one of these days it may fall off my bench and break, so I'm pretty careful with them. Good luck!

    Regards,
    Mark

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    Thanks Mark. I will do that.

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