I am only a guest here but I have a question that maybe you can help me with. In the early nineties I came across a single W bullet board. All the ammo was there minus a couple shells. Unfortunately the background was painted black. The owner didn’t want to part with it at that time. I kept in touch with him since then and we traded and sold each other “junk” over the years. He recently passed and the wife gave me the board. He had started to remove the black paint. As I look at the board it was perfectly painted black, all the shell labels are perfectly painted around, almost like it was done before shells were placed. The back looks intact with the Winchester label. The part with the paint removed is the left hand side. I can see Winc and the circular picture below it, although not perfect is there. My question is would Winchester ever have put out a board painted black? Any help would greatly appreciated
June 5, 2015
Jennifer Gole , who’s on our board of directors, specialize in this Winchester memorabilia.
Fraternal Order of Eagles
“There is but one answer to be made to the dynamite bomb and that can best be made by the Winchester rifle.”