Yankee Clipper sleds
Yankee Clipper sleds are wooden snow-sleds produced by the Philadelphia, US-based S L Allen Co. in the 1960s.
They were the least expensive of the company’s line of Flexible Flyer sleds. They featured wooden seats and steering mechanisms, allied with metal runners.
Yankee Clippers included the words “Yankee Clipper” on the seat, coupled with a picture of an aeroplane.
S L Allen Co. first produced Flexible Flyer models in 1889, introducing the inexpensive range of Yankee Clipper sleds in the early 1960s.
The company closed its doors in the early 1970s.
How much are Yankee Clipper sleds worth?
Original Yankee Clipper sleds are offered online from $20 onwards. Good condition pieces are priced at significantly more.
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