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Ward Brothers A very nice pair of Scaup(Bluebills), by the Ward Brothers!!

Pair of Mallards made by Mason Decoy Co., Detroit, MI, 1896-1924, Standard grade, solid wood, C-1910, drake has significant wear to body with bottom crack, hen late production C-1923, excellent original paint, with most of the neck filler is missing, small cracks and dents, glass eyes.

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BLACK DUCK/ Joseph Whiting Lincoln (1859–1938), Accord, Massachusetts, c. 1920, polychromed wood, 18 × 7 × 7", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Alastair B. Martin, 1969.1.60. Photo credit: John Parnell.

Carved Decoy Canada Goose

Canvasback Drake Scarce Big Oversized Humpback made by Jasper N. Dodge, Detroit, MI, 1890's, solid wood, structurally excellent, bronze tack eyes, original paint with minor wear, deep carved bill, Big Wide Body with protruding breast & hump back, exceptional form & size, only a few are known to exist.

Vintage/Antique VA and NC Decoys 1925

Another example of the Mason decoy collection we acquired. 15 new ones on our website. These are a rigmate pair of special order Challenge bluebills. For sale; details here: www.rjgantiques.c... via RJG Antiques-Decoys and American Folk Art FB

X950 Bufflehead Drake Decoy, carver unknown, possible Long Island New York . This wonderful little Decoy is in original paint

RM316 Rare High head canvasback drake carved by James Alexander Currier (1886-1969) Havre de Grace,

Working shorebird decoy.

Roothead Brant Decoy, possibly Cobb Island, Virginia, early 20th century, with delineated bill and wings, applied lead weight pad on base, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 10 1/4, wd. 7 1/4, lg. 17 1/2 in. Provenance: Ex collection of William J. Mackey with collection stamp on the bottom, sold at the Richard A. Bourne, Very Rare and Important American Bird Decoys From the William J. Mackey Jr. Collection of Belford, New Jersey, August 9-10, 1974, Lot 282.

T175 Early hand chopped Drake from Cecil Co. MD. circa 1900, old working repaint.

Harry Shourds Tuckerton NJ bufflehead drake in original paint. Light wear.

Very nice hollow-bodied Canada goose with painted tack eyes and inlet lead weight by Mark Kears, Linwood, NJ, circa 1920's.

Bibber - Long Tailed Duck-formerly Old Squaw

Harry Boice Absecon NJ circa 1890. Very rare and early Goldeneye.

Canada goose decoy.

An early (circa 1875) pair of Dodge canvasback drake decoys in untouched original condition. For sale via RJG Antiques - Decoys and American Folk Art FB

Excellent and extremely rare American merganser drake c1900 from Martha's Vineyard. The upturned bill is often found on decoys made by the local Vineyard carvers of the period. This unusual bill design is not usually found in other areas of North America.

Rare oversize black duck c 1910-1920 by George Boyd of Seabrook, NH. Very few of his duck decoys of any specie exist when compared to other commercial makers.

Pair of "Folky" Hen and Drake Pintail Decoys, early 20th century.

Rare and Early Ward Brothers Canvasback Drake, Crisfield, Maryland, circa 1930.

A GROUP OF FOUR DUCK DECOYS 20TH CENTURY.

good example of an early Hurley Conklin decoy...