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I just found this hood ornament in an old box<BR>of stuff I haven't opened in the last 10 years. I believe that it is a Packard Hood ornament of the 30's or 40's. There is quite a bit of pitting all over, but not real deep pitts, I havent found any cracks or broken areas. Appreciate any help identifying and establishing a value.<BR><A HREF="http://members.aol.com/palbuick/packardswan.jpg" TARGET=_blank>infopop Homepage</A><BR>Jim Schilf / palbuick@aol.com rolleyes.gif" border="0<p>[ 07-10-2001: Message edited by: palbuick ]

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Someone here will be able to identify that. I do remember from the occasional lazy days of my misspent youth poring through the latest JC whitney catalog. In it was a selection of hood ornaments including horses, longhorn steers, naked ladies, and a semi-reasonable facsimile of the Packard swan, perhaps now referred to as the cormorant. Yours could be either the real thing or or of these artful duplicates.

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