Charles Walker (IL, 1876-1954), Ringneck decoy Princeton, Illionois, carved and painted wood, glass eyes, Length 12.5 in. Extremely well crafted decoy, hollow construction, head turned to the left. Old gunning paint with light wear. $1000

Robert "Bob" McGaw (1879-1954) Bluebill Drake Decoy in worn original paint. Original Rigging worn paint. SOLD

#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. $400

Ned Burgess (1868-1962) Waterlilly, NC Redhead Drake decoy. Heavy coat of repaint. Email with questions and more details. $1300

Eldon Willis (1908-1981) and Elmer Salter (1902-1964) Stacy, NC Bluebill Drake. Decoy is all original and as found with rigging. Has a split in the back. Rigmate in above. $1100

Thomas C. Marshall (CT, 1903-1983), Bluebill decoy from Fairfield, CT, circa 1930s, carved and painted wood. Length 13 in. Hollow construction, Original gunning paint with moderate gunning wear. See Connecticut Decoys book for more information on Thomas C. Marshall. This decoy was part of a rig found in Maine. $400

Eldon Willis (1908-1981) and Elmer Salter (1902-1964) Stacy, NC Redhead Drake. Decoy is all original and as found with rigging. Has a split in the back. Rigmate in below. $1100

Ned Burgess (1868-1962) Waterlilly, NC Redhead painted as a Hen Pintail Paint appears mostly original with no under paint. The story of this decoy was it was found with a pair of Ned Burgess Pintails in a shed on the Eastern shore of VA. $2500

Attributed to Wallace Oneil Jr. Decoy Redhead. Someone later added the glass eyes. Very fine spoke shave carving to body $400

Ned Burgess (1868-1958) Churches Island, NC Canvas Canada Goose decoy. Worn gunning paint with replacement bill. From the Chincoteague Decoy museum. Sold

Unknown oversized Mallard Drake decoy that was used in Indiana and from Illinois. This decoy is near 20 inches long with a lead pad weight and leather line tie. Hollow construction and possibly from Wisconsin. $200

Lloyd Tyler standing widgeon drake in original paint. This is the exact decoy from the book "Lloyd Tyler Folk Artist" some damage to paint and crack to bill. Dated 1941. This is a chance to own a well documented decoy. $900

Unknown oversized Mallard Hen decoy that was used in Indiana and from Illinois. This decoy is near 20 inches long with a lead pad weight and leather line tie. Hollow construction and possibly from Wisconsin. Rig mate to drake above which had seven drakes, three goldeneyes and this one hen in the rig when found. $200

Wildfowler Decoy Factory Oversized Blackduck Decoy in near mint condition. This decoy was made at the Point Pleasent NJ Factory and has all original paint. There is not a factory stamp. This is the best we have had. $175

Albin Aydlett (1883-1954) Spot, NC Bluebill Drake decoy. Great early decoy most likely  from the Dzwonek rig in great early paint. $750

Sam Smith Pintail Drake decoy used at the Swan Island Club in Currituck Sound, NC. Branded with J.C.Carter under the weight which is a well known club member from the 1890s. Swan Island Club Decoys are very difficult to find in any condition due to the age and demand. SOLD

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Robert Elliston (IL, 1849-1915), Ringneck decoy Bureau, Illinios, circa 1890, carved and painted wood, glass eyes. Length 13 in.
Hollow construction, head has slight turn to the left.
Old gunning paint with moderate gunning wear. $1200