useful for the Glossary and Links sections. The source
of the C.A.P historical information on this website.
Spinning Reel Wallace Carney,
Mike Read and Doug DeSimone's new site. They are adding to it
constantly but of most interest now to round body collectors is the
gallery of advertisements for C.A.P, 304, and 314 reels.
Ma Passion, Ma Collection Christian
Lhermitte's website. If your browser doesn't translate and if, like me,
you don't speak French, then check out "Bati Rond" and "Les C.A,p a
Bati Rond" for many round body photos. His "Version #1" turns mine into
a "Version #2" - by a lot!!
Take's Reel Room
I have linked directly to a page of photos of a disassembled
304 complete with commentary. The "MITCHELL spinning reels" link at the
bottom of the page will take you to some really interesting non-304
places however, particularly Take's "dream" of designing, building and
marketing a new "old" Mitchell 300.
Livre des Moulinet Français" Bernard
Caminade's book on the history of virtually all French spinning reels
back to their very beginnings.
His book "Identification et Cote des Moulinets
Français" may also be found here.