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Auction Description for Guyette & Deeter: Collectables
Auction Description:
Collectables
Viewing Notes:
27th April 6pm to 8pm. Morning of sale 8am.
Sale Notes:
www.guyetteandschmidt.com

Collectables

(423 Lots)

by Guyette & Deeter

Platinum House

423 lots

April 29, 2005

24718 Beverly Road

P.O. Box 1170

St. Michaels, MD, 21663 USA

Phone: 410 745 0485

Fax: 410 745 0487

Email: decoys@guyetteanddeeter.com

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Lot 471: [ Decoy ] Important mallard drake on pintail body, Nate Quillen, Rockwood, Michigan, last quarter 19th century. Hollow carved with inlet head. Branded "HHB" for Harvey H. Brown, Pointe Moullie club member 1885-1900, and "JBS" for Joseph B. Schulotman

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Description: [ Decoy ] Important mallard drake on pintail body, Nate Quillen, Rockwood, Michigan, last quarter 19th century. Hollow carved with inlet head. Branded "HHB" for Harvey H. Brown, Pointe Moullie club member 1885-1900, and "JBS" for Joseph B. Schulotman club member 1927 1945. Repainted as a mallard by Quillen; minor flaking and wear; crack with small chip missing in neck. LITERATURE: "Decoying St. Claire through the St. Lawrence", Barney Crandall, pg. 180, exact decoy.

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Lot 472: [ Decoy ] Pintail drake, Nate Quillen, Detroit, Michigan, last quarter 19th century. Hollow carved with inlet head. Branded "J.A.S." Body has been repainted, probably by Quillen, as a mallard hen; moderate flaking and wear; fairly significant crack

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Description: [ Decoy ] Pintail drake, Nate Quillen, Detroit, Michigan, last quarter 19th century. Hollow carved with inlet head. Branded "J.A.S." Body has been repainted, probably by Quillen, as a mallard hen; moderate flaking and wear; fairly significant crack in neck with small chip missing; chip missing from one side of bill.

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Lot 473: [ Decoy ] Hollow carved Canada goose, Ben Schmidt, Detroit, Michigan 2nd quarter 20th century. Original paint on most of the decoy with minor wear; old touch up on black and white area; small cracks in back.

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Description: [ Decoy ] Hollow carved Canada goose, Ben Schmidt, Detroit, Michigan 2nd quarter 20th century. Original paint on most of the decoy with minor wear; old touch up on black and white area; small cracks in back.

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Lot 474: [ Decoy ] Very rare hollow carved Canada goose, Nate Quillen, Rockwood, Michigan, circa 1870's. Old in use repaint; crack in neck and underside; small dents. LITERATURE: "Decoys of Mississippi Flyway", Alan Haid, pg. 57.

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Description: [ Decoy ] Very rare hollow carved Canada goose, Nate Quillen, Rockwood, Michigan, circa 1870's. Old in use repaint; crack in neck and underside; small dents. LITERATURE: "Decoys of Mississippi Flyway", Alan Haid, pg. 57.

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Lot 475: [ Decoy ] Very rare and exceptional pair of goldeneye, Ben Schmidt, Detroit, Michigan, 2nd quarter 20th century. Very nice, smaller than typical size with great carving detail. Near mint original paint; structurally excellent.

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Description: [ Decoy ] Very rare and exceptional pair of goldeneye, Ben Schmidt, Detroit, Michigan, 2nd quarter 20th century. Very nice, smaller than typical size with great carving detail. Near mint original paint; structurally excellent.

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