All original pair of Mason Painted Eye Mallards. Detroit Michigan, Circa 1920's, this pair of mallards have some hunting wear but are in overall good condition. Bottom of drake has paint removed and flattened, probably for shelf purposes but takes nothing away from the appearance of the decoy itself, (shown in pictures). Decoys measure 15" long, 4" wide, and 6" tall.
Rare Mallard Hen by Duncan Ducharme, Delta Marsh. Circa 1940's-1950's, original paint, metal keel, knot, age cracks throughout including neck, but decoy is in solid condition with little hunting wear....
Miniature Red Head Drake by Bernie Daisey, Virginia. Glass eyes, original paint, detailed carving on wings and tail. Measures 5-1/2" long, 2" wide, and 3" tall.
Canvasback Drake by Roy Hancock, Bath, Illinois. Rare species by this carver, circa 1930's, original paint, has some markings on the end of the tail and a little hunting wear,...
Decoys of the Winnebago Lakes, 208 page hard cover book by Ronald M. Koch. This is a comprehensive look at the decoys from Wisconsin's primary decoy-making area, the Winnebago region,...