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Antiques, Fine Art & Sporting Auction

by South Bay Auctions Inc


423 lots | 417 with images

January 15, 2011

485 Montauk Highway

PO Box 303

East Moriches, NY, 11940 USA

Phone: 00 1 631 878 2909

Fax: 00 1 631 878 1863

Email: info@southbayauctions.com

Black duck sleeper by Thomas Gelston- Quogue, Long

Lot 1: Black duck sleeper by Thomas Gelston- Quogue, Long

Description: Black duck sleeper by Thomas Gelston- Quogue, Long Island. Made of two piece natural cork joined with wooden pegs. Perhaps one of the most graceful sweeping head positions seen in a Gelston black duck. Appears in excellent original condition.

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Black duck by Thomas Gelston-Quogue, Long Island.

Lot 2: Black duck by Thomas Gelston-Quogue, Long Island.

Description: Black duck by Thomas Gelston-Quogue, Long Island. Rig mate to above bird with high head position. Appears in excellent original condition.

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Black duck by Thomas Gelston-Quogue, Long Island.

Lot 3: Black duck by Thomas Gelston-Quogue, Long Island.

Description: Black duck by Thomas Gelston-Quogue, Long Island. Rig mate to above bird with low head position and missing keel and weight. Appears in excellent original condition.

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Black bellied Plover decoy by Obediah Verity,

Lot 4: Black bellied Plover decoy by Obediah Verity,

Description: Black bellied Plover decoy by Obediah Verity, mounted on weighted base to be used as bookend. This configuration was done by some of the N.Y. sporting galleries as a library accessory. Bird in as found condition with some early over paint and eye modification.

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Broadbill hen possible attribution to Joel Barber.

Lot 5: Broadbill hen possible attribution to Joel Barber.

Description: Broadbill hen possible attribution to Joel Barber. Made of two piece wood construction with hollowed top and thin bottom board. Head has glass eyes with thin neck check. In original condition with Hubbell brand .

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