Irving Fulcher Blubill decoy from Stacy, NC. Branded IF from his personal stand of decoys. All original paint. Neck is cracked, Two piece body. $800

#208 Oscar Carroll (1870-1946) Back Bay, VA -Redhead Drake Decoy in good condition with old in-use repaint. Early foundry weight. $500

Early Balsa Redhead Decoy pair by Herters. This paid is rigged with a Saunders Foundry weight from Elizabeth City, NC and are branded ORR for Ogden R. Reed owners of the Flyway Club located on Knotts Island, NC. This pair is all original and a rare opportunity to own a paid of decoys from a known NC hunting club. $350 

#207 Oscar Carroll (1870-1946) Back Bay, VA -Redhead Drake Decoy in good condition with old in-use repaint. Sanders Foundry weight. $500

#216 Cork Brant decoy by unknown maker with minor damage to the bill. Discounted to $100

#213 Unknown Currituck Canvasback decoy with large original body with Frank Finney head in the style of Alvirah Wright. $275 

#333 Eldon Willis/Elmer Salter Redhead decoy from Stacy, NC. Earlier decoy from the rig of Dr. Luther Fulcher and so marked LF on the bottom. Neck crack but otherwise all original. $700

#218 Eldon Willis (1908-1981) Stacy, NC Mallard Drake decoy. Decoy has been repainted by Eldon's son the late Roy Willis. This is a rare species for Eldon and was purchased from his son Roy's estate. $300

#205 Unknown Currituck Canvasback decoy with large original body with Frank Finney head. $250

#203 Ned Burgess Wigeon Decoy (1868-1962) Waterlilly, NC. One of NC finest carvers from Churches Island on the Currituck Sound. Fine example with nice long puddle duck body and rocked back head. Puddle ducks are hard to find by Ned Burgess. $1800

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#231 Charlie Bryan Middle River, MD Bluebill Drake 1960s. From the Aggie Ziggler rig from Baltimore, MD $250

#337 Eldon Willis/Elmer Salter Bluebill decoy from Stacy, NC. Earlier decoy in all original condition including paint runs of the black. $650

#201 John James Fisk 1889-1964 Currituck, NC This is one of the nicest made Currituck Battery decoys I have had with fine head carving. $375

#233 Andrew Mason Bluebill club duck. Has an "AM" branded in the bottom. Great head carved by Andrew Mason. Great piece of Carteret County history. $1000

#223 Herter's Balsa Canada Goose decoy with Wood head. Weighted on the bottom. Early decoy $75

#210 Oscar Carroll (1870-1946) Back Bay, VA -Canada Goose Decoy in good condition with old in-use repaint. Head is a later replacement. $400

Oversized Pintail Drake decoy from Wildflowler Decoy Company Point Pleasent, NJ. Circa 1970s. This decoy has a bad place in the right side breast that appears to be from the factory due to paint over the area. Paint is all original and otherwise exceptional. Retails original rigging as can be seen. Great old decoy for a great price. $200

#204 This is a great little bufflehead drake decoy by Eldon Willis Stacy, NC and Dan Robinson Ocracoke, NC. These were made in the mid to late 1960s. It is unrigged and unsigned. Several to chose from. $175

Bluebill drake, Albin Aydlett, Spot, North Carolina, circa 1950. Part of a large rig of geese, swan, and ducks used near Duck, North Carolina. Appealing old in use repaint; small area worn into the wood on one side of top of head. Great form. $800

#202 Ned Burgess Canvasback Decoy (1868-1962) Waterlilly, NC. One of NC finest carvers from Churches Island on the Currituck Sound. Fine example with nice diver duck body and clean head. $2000

#333 Eldon Willis Miniture Bluebill decoy from Stacy, NC. From Roy Willis his son. All original. $100

#228 Wildfowler Atlantic Coast Model Cork Blackduck. Scratch painted head in original paint. Cork is separated some at neck. Circa 1940s $200

#206 Canada Goose decoy by Michael Fulcher for Sammy Mason of Atlantic, NC in the 1960's. Canvas and wire construction. This decoy was documented in the "Canvas Decoys of North America" book by Archie Johnson and Bud Coppedge. There is a hole in the breast as seen in the photo.  All Original Too be sold in the 2017 Harkers Island Decoy Festival Sale. 20% will go to the guild. 

#206 Mallard hen decoy from the Theodore Smith Newport, NC rig 1940s. Solid construction with some paint loss. Carteret County influence can be seen. Theodore may have been the carver but it is unknown. $125