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Frank Strey Canvasback Hen

Frank Strey,Oshkosh,Wisconsin WBW1
Frank Strey Canvasback Hen in what is certainly Strey's best style. This decoy is most likely a take down of what was once a Drake with some paint added to the bill area. The hole in the bill is sealed with varnish. The decoy also appears to have an old coat of varnish for waterproofing. To my knowledge Frank Strey never made a Hen Canvasback, so this may be very unique or a take down as I mentioned? Great form and structurally just a great old working decoy in any event!

Carver: Frank Strey

Weight: 10
Price: $495

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Dewitt Wakefield BB

DeWitt Wakefield,Freemont,WI.,WBW2
Early example of a Bluebill Hen by the earliest of all recognized Wisconsin decoy carvers, DeWitt Wakefield of Freemont Wisconsin. Very old working decoy,Ca. 1880 with fluted tail and hump back style. Great lines in this BB example.

Carver: Dewitt Wakefield

Weight: 10
Price: $375

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Decoy attributed to Ferdinand Bach

Attributed to Ferdinand Bach,(1888-1967) MBW1
Redhead attributed to Ferdinand Bach (1888-1967). Old working decoy which has been repainted and so not as refined as most Bach's shown in the literature. 14" long, solid body and a fat 7" wide. Old working paint in very good structural condition.

Carver: Ferdinand Bach

Weight: 10
Price: $675

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Gus Moak Drake Canvasback

Gus Moak,Tustin,WI.,WBW3
Gus Moak Drake Canvasback in original condition as well as paint. 17" solid body work of art by the famed August Moak of Tustin Wisconsin. Decent paint and a more unusual pattern for this carver with convex bottom board.

Carver: Moak

Weight: 10
Price: $2250

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Frank Strey Bluebill Hen

Frank Strey,Oshkosh, Wisconsin WBW4
Giant Wisconsin Bluebill Hen 18" long very wide and high probably the early work of Frank Strey or by his brother Charles Strey. The tail is from the early style circa 1910. This Bluebill Hen is thought to be unique but there are several other giant Strey decoys of other species known. Important piece of Folk Art.

Carver: Frank Strey

Weight: 10
Price: $1550

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August Moak Hen Canvasback

August Moak,Tustin,WI. ABW5
Special order Hen Canvasback used on the Illinois River. Decoy is in comb paint under a light brown wash. From the rig of Walter Peacock Chicago sportsman and heir to the Chicago jeweler business, Peacock Jewelry started in 1837. Note the inscription on the bottom that says "this decoy was a gift from Jimmy Robinson (Sports Afield)Minneapolis to Jack Mitchell". This decoy had come from the Peacock rig used originally in Manitoba. Guyette and Schmidt sold this decoy for Mr. Mitchell in 1986 when it was advertised as made by G. Bert Graves (Peoria,IL). The decoy has an original Graves strip lead weight on the bottom which caused the confusion. The Peacock rig had decoys by many of the great Illinois carvers including Graves, and the game keeper likely added the weight during regular rig maintenance operations. Simple but regal decoy in untouched condition! Decoy is Circa early 1900's!

Carver: Moak

Weight: 10
Price: $1500

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One Armed Kelley Hen Canvasback

One Armed Kelley,Monroe,MI.,MBW2
One Armed Kelley Hen Canvasback 17" large solid body working decoy in original paint as well as condition. Bob Tail Down River Detroit Canvasback!

Carver: One Armed Kelley

Weight: 10
Price: $1250

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PAIR OF JAMES WALTON BLUEBILLS

JAMES WALTON,MILWAUKEE,WI.,WMM1
A PAIR OF OUTSTANDING JAMES H. WALTON GUNNING DECOYS, CIRCA 1940 IN ORIGINAL CONDITION AS WELL AS PAINT AND I MEAN OLD DRY PAINT WITH OUTSTANDING PATINA. ABOUT 12' IN LENGTH, THE PAINT IS MORE IN EVIDENCE ON THE DRAKE WITH THE HEN A LITTLE MORE WORN. A FEW SHOT MARKS ON THE NECK OF THE DRAKE WITH A SMALL AMOUNT OF WEAR TO ONE SPOT ON THE TAIL. BOTH BIRDS RETAIN THE ORIGINAL GLASS EYES AS WELL AS A SHEET BALLAST WEIGHT. WONDERFUL FORM WITH RAISED CARVED WINGS AND DETAIL TO THE BILL CARVING. SMALL HAIRLINE CRACK TO ONE SIDE OF THE DRAKE'S HEAD. MOST INTERESTING ARE THE FULL SET OF BLUE PRINTS THAT WALTON USED PRIOR TO UNDERTAKING THE ACTUAL CARVING AND THIS IS THE FIRST FULL SET I HAVE EVER SEEN WHICH ARE INCLUDED WITH THE DECOYS! HIGH INVESTMENT GRADE ANTIQUES IN VERY GOOD OVERALL CONDITION. CHECK OUT PAGE 195 OF THE NEW GREAT LAKES BOOK FOR PICTURES OF HIS DECOYS AND BLUE PRINTS.

Carver: JAMES WALTON

Weight: 10
Price: $1100

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BEN SCHMIDT REDHEAD HEN

BEN SCHMIDT,CENTERLINE,MI.PRICE REDUCED! MBW4
Detroit Redhead Hen in O.P. as well as overall condition. Rubs to the paint and several small age cracks in the wood. This is attributed to Ben Schmidt's early period work without chisel stamping, but may also be attributed to Ralph Reghi. It is fair to say that decoy identification is not always an exact science! Nice form and retains the original glass eyes.

Carver: Schmidt, Ben

Weight: 10
Price: $825

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JOE SEIGER BLUEBILL HEN

JOE SEIGER,TUSTIN,WISCONSIN WBW6
JOE SEIGER(1871-1959) SEIGER MADE CANVASBACK DECOYS IN THE STYLE OF AUGUST MOAK, BUT SEIGERS ARE NOW MORE VALUABLE. RARE BLUEBILL FOLLOWING THE SAME BASIC PATTERN AS MOAK'S CANVASBACKS WITH ALMOST IDENTICAL TAIL AND 7/8TH'S BOTTOM BOARD. A RARE BLUEBILL AND FINELY CARVED DECOY IN VERY OLD WORKING PAINT, 14" LONG. THE FORM OF THIS DECOY CAN MIMICK THE CANVASBACKS ATTRIBUTED TO JOE SEIGER AND ARE IN THE SAME STYLE AS MOAK CANVASBACKS. SEIGER IS NOT KNOWN TO HAVE MADE BLUEBILLS. A UNIQUE DECOY IN THE BEST WINNEBAGO LAKES FORM!

Carver: Joe Seiger

Weight: 10
Price: $775

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Burton Lang Mallard Drake

Burton Lang/Radke, Horicon Marsh,WI.WBW7
All original decoy from the rig of L Radke who hunted with and learned to carve from Burt Lang of Horicon Marsh Wisconsin. This could be a Radke or Radke/Lang dual project. The decoy is signed on the bottom by Radke's daughter who dates the decoy at around 1922-1924.

Carver: Burt Lang

Weight: 10
Price: $750

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Early One Armed Kelley Drake Canvasback

One Armed Kelley,Monroe,MI.PRICE REDUCED! MBW5
Very early One Armed Kelley Drake Canvasback with a separation at the base of the neck. Second coat of old hunter paint evident with wear to the primer in some places as shown. Retains the original eyes and is a very good example in great posture. Wonderful detail in the carving and positioning of his heads. Retains original keel and is rigged for hunting with the forward line swivel intact.

Carver: One Armed Kelley

Weight: 15
Price: $675

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Winnebago Lakes Canvasback

Attributed to C Solomon, Winnebago Lakes, Wisconsin WBW8
Hugh Winnebago Lakes Canvasback Drake 19" long and an impressive 11" high attributed to the work of Carleton Solomon. It is hard to find an original decoy like this in O.P.

Carver: Carleton Solomon

Weight: 10
Price: $675

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Otto Misch Hen Canvasback

Otto Misch,Saginaw Bay,MI.,MBW6
17" long hollow Canvasback Hen by Otto Misch circa 1920-1930. His unique lead keel weight has been removed but it's imprint is clearly visible on the bottom board. Also, the comb carving at the back of the neck is present. Original paint with great lines!

Carver: Otto Misch

Weight: 10
Price: $650

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Joe Gigl Cork Canvasback Pair

Joe Gigl,Freemont,WI.,WBW9
Great pair of Gigl Canvasback's in original paint as well as condition. Cork bodies with wooden finely carved heads along with thick bottom boards as shown. 18" long, see Winnebago book by Ron Koch.

Carver: Joe Gigl

Weight: 10
Price: $650

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A.K. Ackerman Blue Goose

A.J. Ackerman,Michigan MBW7
20" hollow Blue Goose carved with a hatchet by the well known Northland Michigan carver. He turned out hundreds of decoys using nothing but a hatchet and they are very distinctive look. He is featured in "Rainbows In The Sky" a book on Michigan Folk Art. This decoy with the set back neck is by far his best work and is all original. A large Goose with a bottom board as shown.

Carver: A.J. Ackerman

Weight: 10
Price: $625

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Joe Gigl Oversized Mallard

Joe Gigl,Freemont,WI.PRICE REDUCED!WBW10A
Very nice and very hard to find in this condition. Joe Gigl over sized cork Drake Mallard with a slightly turned head. Mint condition as well as O.P. Form is great, especially the head. The paint, especially on the head is great as well. Retains the original glass eyes as well as 1/2" bottom board.

Carver: Joe Gigl

Weight: 15
Price: $570

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WPA Oversized Mallard Hen

WBW10B 16" magnum hollow four section mallard hen in the 1930's WPA style with excellent O.P.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $565

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AUGUST GUS NELOW DRAKE CANVASBACK

AUGUST NELOW, ONRON,WISCONSIN,CIRCA 1920. (BW) 16" long big full Canvasback in a style rare for Gus Nelow in great paint . Gus Nelow , one of the big three Wisconsin carvers and sought after by collectors.

Carver: Gus Nelow

Weight: 10
Price: $550

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LAKE POYGAN HIGH HEAD CANVASBACK DECOY

(BW) 15" LAKE POYGAN HIGH HEAD CANVASBACK WORKING DECOY, UNIDENTIFIED CARVER, GREAT FORM AS WELL AS PAINT, THE HEAD IS ON A PEG, SO IT SWIVELS AND CAN BE REMOVED.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $550

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August Nelow Preening Canvasback Attributed

WBW11 Lake Poygan, Wisconsin preening canvasback hen attributed to August Nelow (1882-1962) from Omron. This decoy was in the rig of Menasha sportsman, John Buss, Sr. (1881-1960) , a contemporary of Nelow. Another similar canvasback with preening head (obviously by the same hand) is in the Dasher collection and is shown of pg. 174 of Ron Koch's Winnebago Lakes book as an unknown. Body form and the speculum painting indicate Nelow, who had several styles of canvasbacks starting in 1909 and extending his carving career into the mid 1950's. This one would fit in the late 1930's. Great piece of Wisconsin folk art in excellent original paint except caulking on neck has been repaired.

Carver: Gus Nelow

Weight: 10
Price: $495

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Earl Tomlinson Canada Goose

Earl Tomlinson,Detroit,MI MBW8
Hollow Canada Goose in original condition as well as paint. Regal shape with original bottom board as well as glass eyes. Great "snakey" neck and head carving. Decoy is circa 1930's. For a reference see Bernie Crandell on page 61.

Carver: Earl Tomlinson

Weight: 10
Price: $495

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Freemont Wisconsin Mallard

Freemont,Wisconsin,Unidentified WBW12
Vintage 1930's smooth cork over wood with a wooden tail from Joe Gigl's time but this unidentified carver made very few of these fine decoys for hunting purposes. Best Wisconsin decoys we have seen, 16" long, all original and clean.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $475

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Wisconsin Canvasback

Winnebago lakes Unidentified WBW13
Hollow over sized Wisconsin Canvasback Drake which is 19" long with bottom board. This decoy is by an unknown carver from the Winnebago Lakes area circa 1920-1930. The glass eyes have been replaced and moved forward and are yellow instead of red which could be fixed.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $450

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August Nelow Canvasback Drake

WBW15 August Nelow (1882-1962) was one of the "big three" classic period carvers in Wisconsin (Omron in the Winnebago Lakes region). This 14" blue bill is his middle period style and the most desirable folk art look circa 1920s. Paint looks original but is not his typical pattern so may be a hunter's repaint.

Carver: Gus Nelow

Weight: 10
Price: $425

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Chris Smith Snakey Black Duck

Chris Smith.St. Claire Flats,MI.,MBW10
Chris Smith or Toby Meldrum Snakey Head Black Duck, 17" with very thin shell. Shown in several books as a Toby Meldrum, recent articles have attributed these to Chris Smith. Meldrum worked in the Chris Craft Boat Shop along with several other carvers. Neck has been repaired and this is common with these due to the thin neck exposure. See page 147 of Michigan to St. Claire book.

Carver: Chris Smith

Weight: 10
Price: $425

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Frank Schmidt Drake Mallard

Frank Schmidt,Centerline,MI.PRICE REDUCED!MBW9
Outstanding example of the work of decoy carver Frank Schmidt of Centerline Michigan. Drake Mallard is in outstanding posture and is all O.P. as well as structurally mint as to condition. Flat bottom working decoy with incised feather and wing carving.

Carver: Schmidt,Frank

Weight: 12
Price: $425

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JOHN OR ERNEST ROTH CANVASBACK

(BW) JOHN OR ERNEST ROTH 14" WINNEBAGO LAKES CANVASBACK WORKING DECOY CIRCA 1920 IN OLD WORKING PAINT WITH SOME ORIGINAL, DROP LEAD BALLAST WEIGHT AND GLASS EYES.

Carver: JOHN ROTH

Weight: 10
Price: $425

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Art Best Canvasback Hen

Art Best,Lake Poygon,WI.,WBW14
Art Best, big solid body Hen Canvasback working decoy which is about 19" long. All original paint as well as condition with the "AHB" brand on the bottom. Circa 1940's.

Carver: Art Best

Weight: 10
Price: $425

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JOE GIGL CANVASBACK

JOE GIGL, FREEMONT, WISCONSIN. SOLID BODY CANVASBACK, ABOUT 19" LONG, RARE SPECIES FOR THIS CARVER. GIGL CARVED MOSTLY CORK BODY DECOY'S. DECOY IS IN ORIGINAL PAINT AS WELL AS CONDITION. THIN SLIVER MISSING FROM THE EDGE OF THE BILL. GREAT FOLK ART PIECE FROM A WELL RESPECTED WISCONSIN CARVER!

Carver: Joe Gigl

Weight: 10
Price: $425

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Gus Nelow Coot

Gus Nelow,Omro,WI,PRICE REDUCED!WBW13A
Old Gus Nelow Coot in original condition with a hairline crack to the neck and some hunter touch-up to the bill as well as the white areas on the wings. Classic Nelow head with the weight on the bottom being a half oxen shoe. Oxen went out of use in Wisconsin well before WW II.

Carver: Gus Nelow

Weight: 10
Price: $400

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Milwaukee School Black Duck

Milwaukee School,WPA Decoy WBW16
Milwaukee School working Black Duck decoy in original paint as well as condition. Hollow carved 5 piece laminated construction with a pegged bottom. Detail to the head carving with nicely crafted wing carving. 14" Long.

Carver: Milwaukee School

Weight: 10
Price: $375

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FRANK STREY RED HEAD

FRANK STREY RED HEAD CIRCA 1920, OSHKOSH, WISCONSIN, 12" LONG HIGH HEAD, TURNED NECK WITH WING CARVINGS, HIS BEST STYLE IN MY OPINION. THE WING CARVING IS IDENTICAL TO THAT USED BY RESOP AND IS LIKELY CONNECTED, A VERY OLD DECOY IN WORKING PAINT.

Carver: Frank Strey

Weight: 10
Price: $375

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Ralph Reghi Hen BB

Ralph Reghi,Michigan MBW18
Very unique decoy with built in mechanical recoil device. The piano wire anchor line passes through a metal plate on the bottom onto a wooden spool held by a rod inside a spring coil with a "key" which coils the spring. This was designed to give the decoy some motion in the water. First class carving by Ralph Reghi circa 1930's in original paint as well as condition except for a repair to the bill.

Carver: Rengi, Ralph

Weight: 10
Price: $350

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Christie Brothers Whistler Drake

Christie Brothers,Bay Shore,MI.,MBW17
Solid cedar Whistler Drake attributed to the Christie Brothers of Bay Shore, north of Bay City Michigan, probably made prior to 1900. The very unusual paddle tail feature was used on many of their early decoys. See Saginaw Bay book by William Stout which offers a great background on these three bachelor carvers. The decoy has great form with a demure face,tack eyes and a dog bone weight. The head is pegged to the body and is removable.

Carver: Christie Brothers

Weight: 10
Price: $350

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JOE GIGLE EARLY DRAKE CANVASBACK

JOE GIGLE CIRCA 1920 SOLID BODY CANVASBACK DRAKE, 18.5" LONG IN ORIGINAL PAINT AS WELL AS CONDITION, HIS DECOYS AFTER 1920'S HAD CORK BODIES, BUT THE SAME GREAT HEAD.

Carver: Joe Gigl

Weight: 10
Price: $350

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WPA Milwaukee School Mallard Hen

WBW20 14.5" cork body mallard hen found in Prarie Du Shane, WI in the WPA Milwaukee school style. all original with excellent mellow paint. A well balanced working decoy with a great head.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $345

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Dick Watson Whistler

MBW19 12" Whistler drake by St. Claire flats carver Dick Watson (RCW brand on bottom). Form the early 1950's this decoy is all original and came from Bob Hayden's rig hunted over in California and Mexico.

Carver: Dick Watson

Weight: 10
Price: $325

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WALTER SNOW CANVASBACK

MMM1 WALTER SNOW, CENTERLINE MICHIGAN SOLID BODY CANVASBACK DECOY IN ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH ORIGINAL RED TAXIDERMY EYES WITH ORIGINAL KEEL CIRCA 1955. DECOY IS ABOUT 16" LONG BY 7" IN WIDTH WITH CARVED WINGS, SHOULDER GROOVES AND JUST GREAT FORM. SNOW WAS A NEIGHBOR OF BEN SCHMIDT AND LEARNED A LOT ABOUT CARVING FROM BEN.

Carver: Walter Snow

Weight: 10
Price: $325

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TED VANDENBOSSCH REDHEAD DRAKE BOBTAIL

MMM2 EARLY REDHEAD DRAKE BY NOTED MICHIGAN CARVER TED VANDENBOSCH, CIRCA 1920 IN ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH SOME PAINT ENHANCEMENT TO THE BREAST AND TAIL (BLACK PAINT). THERE IS A WELL DONE SMALL OLD PATCH ON THE BACK, 6" BY 1 1/2". RETAINS THE ORIGINAL GLASS EYES AS WELL AS THE SWING WEIGHT WHICH WAS USED TO KEEP THE DECOY FROM FLIPPING OVER IN HEAVY WATER USE. EXCELLENT BILL CARVING. ABOUT 16" LONG.

Carver: Ted Vandenbossch

Weight: 10
Price: $325

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WISCONSIN GREEN WING TEAL

WMM20 ***VERY NICELY CARVED GREEN WING TEAL ATTRIBUTED TO WISCONSIN, CIRCA 1930 IN ORIGINAL PAINT AS WELL AS CONDITION. TIGHT AGE CRACK AROUND THE NECK AS SEEN, SOLID BODY, 14" LONG. ORIGINALLY RIGGED TO HUNT AND USED AS SUCH.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $325

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Bob Tail Michigan Whistler

Unidentified Hand, Attributed to Michigan MBW12
Over sized Bobtail Michigan Golden Eye Drake in original paint as well as condition. 16" long with folky inlet head and great paint. Tack eyes in Down River Detroit style.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $325

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Ollie Drahn Canvasback Hen

WBW17 Ollie Drahn made the best heads of any carver in the Winnebago Lakes region (Oshkosh, WI) . This is his later cork body style 1940s canvasback hen all original 16" long

Carver: Oliver Drahn

Weight: 10
Price: $275

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Burton Lang Drake Mallard

Burton Lang,Horicon Marsh,WI., WBW18
When Ron Koch put out a second edition of his Wisconsin book, the only addition was for this important carvers works. Original condition as well as paint with a light coat of varnish. Decoy is patterned after the Petersen Factory with Evans style paint. The speculum and the inlet strip are unique to Lang, even though this is not his most folky work.

Carver: Burt Lang

Weight: 10
Price: $275

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Marvin Strahota Canvasback Drake

MBW14 Marvin Strahota (1903-1977) MARQUETTE, MI (Winnebago Lakes region) is known for his folky cork body decoys with unique carved solid rump region. The profile of his decoys are stark and classic 1930s period.

Carver: Marvin Strahota

Weight: 10
Price: $245

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C.R.

WMM3*** C. R. "SPEED" LEMKE HEN MALLARD CIRCA 1940 IN ORIGINAL CONDITION AS WELL AS PAINT WITH SOME FLAKING BEGINNING TO OCCUR ON THE FRONT BREAST AS WELL AS THE 3/4" BOTTOM BOARD. GREAT FORM WITH THE BALLAST WEIGHT STILL IN PLACE SET INTO THE BOTTOM. THREE PIECE DECOY WHICH IS ABOUT 12" LONG AND JUST A VERY GOOD EXAMPLE OF THIS CARVERS WORK WITH THE WRITING IN PENCIL ON THE BOTTOM, C. R. "SPEED" LEMKE MILWAUKEE OMRO MALLARD. NICE WISCO DECOY!!

Carver: Speed Lemke

Weight: 10
Price: $225

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Ollie Drahn Cork Black Duck

Ollie Drahn, Oshkosh,WI.,WBW19
16" Over sized Black Duck by Ollie Drahn of Wisconsin in original paint as well as condition. Great head carving,(Eyes look up to the sky),body is believed to be a joint effort between Drahn and his hunting buddy Marvin Zuehlke who was one of the founders of "Aid Association For Lutherans" the Appleton Wisconsin Insurance Company. Dates from mid 1930's.

Carver: Ollie Drahn

Weight: 10
Price: $225

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DARK FEATHER FREEDMAN DRAKE CANVASBACK

WMM4 DARK FEATHER FREEDMAN DRAKE CANVASBACK SOLID BODY DECOY IN ORIGINAL CONDITION AS WELL AS PAINT IN MINT TO NEAR MINT CONDITION RETAINING THE ORIGINAL GLASS EYES AS WELL AS THE BOTTOM KEEL.

Carver: Darkfeather Freedman

Weight: 10
Price: $200

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Sampier Red Head

MBW16 15.5" big and hollow St. Claire flats redhead by Bungeon Sampier circa 1900-10. This decoy was used on Saginaw Bay well into the 1970's attesting to its structural soundness. Lots of coats of old paint plus an unusual cast aluminum keel weight similar to that used by Otto Misch (likely an addition from the 1950's). Unique head carving with bill carved almost to the top of the head.

Carver: Budgeon Sampier

Weight: 10
Price: $185

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Wisconsin Cork Mallard

Unidentified Wisconsin Cork Mallard,WBW21
Wisconsin hump backed cork bodied Drake Mallard with a finely carved pine head with detailing. Some loss to the cork as shown attributed to in-use gunning wear. Retains the original glass eyes and thick bottom board which is original, Ca. 1930's.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $175

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Rugged Michigan Hen

MBW20 Signed H-M on bottom and carved by E.C. Monnier of Mt. Clemens, MI circa 1940's. Drab paint appears to be original

Carver: E.C. Monnier

Weight: 10
Price: $175

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Evans Style Canvasback Hen

MBW21 This big 17" long canvasback was found in the Upper P of Michigan and could be a Larger grade Evans. The bill was broken off at some point and hunter replaced with and insert similar to a Sibley. Nice form and paint.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $165

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Fred Bins, Green Bay, Wisconsin Decoy

FRED BINS, GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN (BW) A rig of these 1930 vintage decoys recently showed up. Not sure of the species but likely a BB hen in black! 16" long and very wide.

Carver: FRED BINS

Weight: 10
Price: $125

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ST. CLAIR FLATS HUMP BACK

(BW) ST. CLAIR FLATS, MICHIGAN HUMPBACK BLACK DUCK IN ORIGINAL CONDITION AS WELL AS PAINT WITH TACK EYES, CIRCA 1910, WELL WORN PAINT ATTRIBUTED TO IN-USE GUNNING WEAR.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $125

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Wisconsin Pintail Tip-Up Decoy

WBW23 Cork and tin tipping butt decoy fashioned in cork with tin wings and tail - iron counter-balance. Dates from Wisconsin in the 1930's, and is quite a rare form. All original with paint loss on the tin.

Carver: Unidentified

Weight: 10
Price: $75

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