"While almost everyone recognizes Wright & McGill for their Eagle Claw brand of fish hooks, most people don't realize that in the company's 80 year history, they manufactured almost every kind of fishing tackle imaginable. Everything from fishing lures to tied flies to bamboo fly rods were made by this venerable firm. You have a pair of 1950s Wright & McGill metal Pay-Master casting spoons. While most Pay-Masters were simple casting spoons, only distinguished from Eppinger's Daredevle and other spoons by the scale pattern, yours are in scarce colors and have the painted eyes and thus are more desirable. I'd value them at $10-$15 each. To see a photo of more common Pay-Master spoons, click here."