YOUR highest valued call!?

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It seems like all we discuss are our calls that are worth a lot to somebody else and go for twice as much as it was purchased for on E Bay. How about the call that is priceless to you? Unfortunately I've let a lot of calls go I'd like to have back, but I'm sure some of ya still have a call that you would part with an arm before you would part with it! If you don't mind share a picture with us and what makes it so important to you.
 

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my quack-em back 8 gauge i got after my daughter was born and she teethed on the brass. i don't call with it anymore but it's always in my blind bag as my good luck charm.
 

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An unused 1959 E.V. Iverson my Gramps gave me.

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Good idea for a thread.

The call below is a blue box elder and acrylic call from Jake at Fowlweather. It is set up as a double reed and is perfect for alot of the beaver ponds and small creeks I hunt.

This call is a duck getter, but more importantly it was a gift from my wife for our first wedding anniversary. She wanted me to pick a call, so I phoned Jake and he took care of the rest.

This call is also a reminder that my wife tolerates my addiction to not only waterfowl hunting, but call collecting as well.:D
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A Weedy pin-oak acrylic..anyone want to buy it?
 

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Clear Acrylic Hess signed by Charlie. Only one of its kind. It does have a smoke acrylic cousin somewhere out west.

A Brass banded XR-2

and a Hedge Alvin Taylor.
 

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