Lot of 2 hardcover books. One of the books is "Decoys A North American Survey" by Gene and Linda Kangas. This 331 page book is very informative and encompasses the major decoy making areas of North American which were located along the four major waterfowl migration routes. Book is intended to assist the reader in developing an awareness, appreciation and overall perspective of characteristics and history. The 2nd book is "New England Decoys" by Shirley and John Delph. This 159 page book features some of the best New England carvers, as well over 250 pictures of hand made ducks of Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.
Henry Holmes Mallard Drake, Helen Hageman paint, Bureau Illinois. Circa 1910's, lead weight and "A" branded on bottom, decoy measures 15" long, 5" wide, and 6-1/2" tall.
Perdew Style Carved Duck Call by Bud Hinck, Washburn Illinois. Has 2 flying mallard drakes and 1 flying mallard hen as well as "SMH" carved on the barrel. Red mouth...
Watkins Black Duck Acrylic Duck Call, Virginia. Brass ring around top of barrel, single plastic reed. Barrel has "Hybrid Swamp Bore" on one side and Watkins Duck Calls on other...
Blue Wing Teal by T.J. Hooker, Illinois. Hollow decoy has glass eyes, all original, and has "TJ'S RIG" branded on the bottom. This light weight decoy measures 13" long, 4"...