This is an original Ligowsky Clay Pigeon made in 1880 on top of copies of patent drawings for the mechanical device that shooters used to throw them.
This is an original Ligowsky Clay Pigeon made in 1880 on top of copies of patent drawings for the mechanical device that shooters used to throw them. Mike Marsh
This is an original Ligowsky Clay Pigeon made in 1880 on top of copies of patent drawings for the mechanical device that shooters used to throw them. Mike Marsh

Antique clay pigeons are rare birds

June 15, 2016 09:33 PM

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