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Collectables, Sport

by Guyette & Deeter

Platinum House

491 lots

April 23, 2004

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 469: Important canvasback drake, Joseph Seiger, Tustin, Wisconsin, 1st quarter 20th century. Hollow carved with glass eyes and detailed bill carving. Outstanding "highhead" style. Original paint with minor wear moderate paint shrinkage and discoloration;

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Description: Important canvasback drake, Joseph Seiger, Tustin, Wisconsin, 1st quarter 20th century. Hollow carved with glass eyes and detailed bill carving. Outstanding "highhead" style. Original paint with minor wear moderate paint shrinkage and discoloration; several tiny dents. PROVENANCE: John Delph Collection. LITERATURE: "Decoys of the Mississippi Flyway", Alan Haid, p. 40; and "American Waterfowl Decoys The Distinguished Collection of James M. McCleery", Guyette & Schmidt, Inc/Sotheby's, January 2000, lot 119.

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Lot 470: Pair of hollow carved canvasbacks, Augustus Moak, Tustin, Wisconsin, 2nd quarter 20th century. Hen has slightly turned head. Original paint with minor discoloration and wear; several small dents.

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Description: Pair of hollow carved canvasbacks, Augustus Moak, Tustin, Wisconsin, 2nd quarter 20th century. Hen has slightly turned head. Original paint with minor discoloration and wear; several small dents.

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Lot 471: Extremely rare wooden and cardboard folding silhouette Canada goose, Enoch Reindahl, Stoughton, Wisconsin Decoy is signed on one side. Extremely fine feather paint detail. Near mint original paint with good patina; small amount of flaking on upper

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Description: Extremely rare wooden and cardboard folding silhouette Canada goose, Enoch Reindahl, Stoughton, Wisconsin Decoy is signed on one side. Extremely fine feather paint detail. Near mint original paint with good patina; small amount of flaking on upper side near neck. PROVENANCE: John Delph Collection.

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Lot 472: Rare mallard drake, Warren Dettman, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Raised wing carving with slightly turned head and glass eyes. Original paint with minor discoloration and wear; small crack in head and under tail several small dents.

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Description: Rare mallard drake, Warren Dettman, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Raised wing carving with slightly turned head and glass eyes. Original paint with minor discoloration and wear; small crack in head and under tail several small dents.

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Lot 473: Hollow mallard drake, attributed to James H. Walton, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2nd quarter 20th century. Exhibits raised and carved primaries. Original paint shows average wear and nice patina; structurally excellent.

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Description: Hollow mallard drake, attributed to James H. Walton, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2nd quarter 20th century. Exhibits raised and carved primaries. Original paint shows average wear and nice patina; structurally excellent.

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