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Old 04-16-2019, 10:21 PM
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New, Old 4211?

It arrived today and is in very, VERY good condition. Anybody have any idea on when it may have been made? Dutchman, perhaps? I can see the "made in USA" in the stitching on the bottom, other than that it's pretty much as you see in the pictures. Not sure I'm going to use it..

This thing is HUGE! A little too big for a 24" platform.. and that's all I have
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I have a 4205 with the same style graphic, this is a 1950's era production
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What a beautiful bag! Where did you find this? Price?
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Found it on ebay, paid $49. plus shipping of course.
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Thank you for the info, Dutchman. I thought it might be early 90's. Uneducated guess..
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Up into the 1950's Everlast had a very extensive line of bags. By the 1960's they had consolidated considerably, narrowing it down to the "pro line" ,"institutional line", and a few bags intended for sale to the general public.
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