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American, mid 20th century, inset eyes, plugged at top of head to body, carved and painted tail, ring attachment and lead weight, 8 x 16-1/2 x 4-3/4 in., losses to paint surface at head/body joint, back and tail, flaking at base. Provenance: Collection of Walter Hotchkiss, Homestead, Florida.

American, mid 20th century, inset eyes, plugged at top of head to body, carved and painted tail, ring attachment and lead weight, 8 x 16-1/2 x 4-3/4 in., losses to paint surface at head/body joint, back and tail, flaking at base. Provenance: Collection of Walter Hotchkiss, Homestead, Florida.

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Very early Dodge duck decoy tack eyes lead weight vintage wooden duck decoy

Very early Dodge duck decoy tack eyes lead weight vintage wooden duck decoy

Bufflehead Drake made by Mason Decoy Co., Detroit, MI, 1896-1924, solid wood, structurally excellent, glass eyes, repainted.

Bufflehead Drake made by Mason Decoy Co., Detroit, MI, 1896-1924, solid wood, structurally excellent, glass eyes, repainted.

Fine black duck, Ira Hudson, Chincoteague, Virginia.

Fine black duck, Ira Hudson, Chincoteague, Virginia.

anvasback decoy, rare Ira Hudson torpedo body, old paint.

anvasback decoy, rare Ira Hudson torpedo body, old paint.

Hollow-Carved Red-Breasted Merganser Hen. Harry V. Shourds (1861-1920), Tuckerton, New Jersey, c. 1890

Hollow-Carved Red-Breasted Merganser Hen. Harry V. Shourds (1861-1920), Tuckerton, New Jersey, c. 1890

Canvasback Drake by Ward Brothers, MD.

Canvasback Drake by Ward Brothers, MD.

Very rare preening canvasback drake, Chauncey Reynolds, North East, Maryland.

Very rare preening canvasback drake, Chauncey Reynolds, North East, Maryland.

Mallard Drake made by Mason and Doge George Peterson Decoy Co., known as the collaborative period, 1890's, solid wood, structurally excellent, glass eyes, original paint with average wear (worn to wood along right side), possibly some very old touch-up on head, typical protruding breast, a few minor nicks & dings, thick swirl painting on the back.

Mallard Drake made by Mason and Doge George Peterson Decoy Co., known as the collaborative period, 1890's, solid wood, structurally excellent, glass eyes, original paint with average wear (worn to wood along right side), possibly some very old touch-up on head, typical protruding breast, a few minor nicks & dings, thick swirl painting on the back.

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