Here are a few calls we found while cleaning out our Grandaddy's house. He passed away in April of last year and these old calls were in a box that Hooked Spurs and I found. We've got a cousin who's as crazy about turkeys as we are, so he's going to get whatever one he wants as a keepsake. I want to hunt with mine and kill a gobbler, then retire it. The first one is an Olt Crank Turkey Call, it's a neat concept, not great sounding. I did a little research and found out it's a design patented by Pete Pulley from Missouri. Olt paid him royalties on producing it until they stopped production in 1979. One of the neatest things is the the small booklet with this call, giving tips...."Hen turkeys in the wild call rather infrequently, but when the do a gobbler in the mood for romance will pinpoint the sound of her love yelps and go right to her from a half mile or more". The next one isn't quite as old, it's the Little Scratch box made by Cedar Hills Game Calls from Louisiana. Some Wally Worlds sell these even today. Not sure how long Grandaddy had it. Sweet sounding call, produces awesome clucks. The last one is an old 2 sided Lynch. Not uncommon, but still looks great, needs a little tuning to make those "love yelps" though.