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Canvasback Drake The Ward Brothers, Lemuel T. (1896-1984) and Stephen (1895-1976) Crisfield, MD, c. 1936.

Photo Credit: Photo courtesy Guyette, Schmidt & Deeter. Classic 1936 model canvasback by the Ward Brothers from Crisfield, Maryland. This is a Great Example of a Ward Brothers Canvasback!!

Decorative Canada goose by the Ward Brothers Auction World Record Price for Ward Brothers Decorative

Nice pair of Ward Brothers Widgeons. Sold for: $ 132,000 Pair of Rare Ward Brothers Widgeon Decoys, Lemuel T. Ward (1896-1983) and Stephen Ward (1895-1976), Crisfield, Maryland, early 20th century, turned-head figures with original paint, (minor losses, repairs), lg. 15 1/2 in. Provenance: Former William (Bill) F. Mackey, Jr., collection, the decoys bear the "Mackey Collection" stamp on bases.

Sold $ 1,500 Bufflehead duck decoy, attributed to the Ward Brothers, together with another attributed to Chris Smith, Michigan, and a bluebill.

Bold Canvasback Drake The Ward Brothers, Lemuel T. (1896-1983) and Stephen (1895-1976) Crisfield, MD, 1936.

216 PINTAIL HEN by the L.T. Ward Bros., Crisfield, Md. Weathered original paint, worn to the wood in areas. 1948 balsa construction, in good condition. Some body dents and small chip from upper tail. Low-head model turned slightly left. Notations on bottom read: L.T. Ward, Crisfield, Md. 1948. Also signed L.T. Ward Bros., 1948, Lem Steve. See Ward Brothers Decoys by Gard and McGrath, pg. 65, plate 61. 1500-1800

Redhead drake, Ward Brothers, Crisfield, Maryland. 1929 model with slightly turned head.

Classic 1942 model greenwing teal drake, Ward Brothers, Crisfield, Maryland.

Swimming goldeneye by the Ward Brothers World Auction Record Price for Maker