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Tillamook Lighthouse Oregon Coast Vintage Antique Cedar Wood Buoy Nautical Gillnet Float Handmade Art Oregon Floats from 1940's

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Tillamook Lighthouse Oregon Coast Vintage Antique Cedar Wood Buoy Nautical Gillnet Float Handmade Art Oregon Floats from 1940's

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  • Vintage handmade item from the 1940s
  • Material: Cedar
  • Materials: Cedar, Rope, Photograph, Cedar Float, Stain, Antique Gloss, Glue, Lead Line
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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Terrible Tilly- Tillamook Light House, Oregon


Oregon Commercial Fisherman

This float originally belonged to Andy Niemi, a resident of Aberdeen Washington.
Andy gill-net fished on the Columbia River, Grays Harbor Washington and Bristol Bay Alaska.
He started fishing around 1929.

These Floats can also be custom built with a photo of your choice. Please contact us with any additional questions


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You may submit a photo of choice via email, mail, etc and we can custom build your float.

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