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April 27, 2001
St. Michaels, MD, USA
Description: [ Decoys ] Fine pair of canvas backs, Gus Moak, Tustin, Wisconsin. Both are hollow carved, hen has slightly turned head. Original paint with very slight discoloration and wear; several tiny dents. Literature. "Decoys of the Winnebego Lakes", Ronald Koch, pg 79View additional info
Description: [ Decoys ] Hollow carved canvasback hen, Gus Moak, Tustin, Wisconsin Original paint with very minor wear; hairline crack part way throughneck; two small shot marks; worn area on part of the underside.View additional info
Description: [ Decoys ] Rare swimming canvasback drake, Gus Moak, Tustin, Wisconsin Hollow carved with head turned approximately 30 degrees. Pointed tail. Near mint original paint with good patina on most of the decoy; area approximately 3in x 4in on one side that has moderatewear,. structurally very good. Literature.. "Decoys of the Winnebego Lakes", Ronald Koch, pg. 50View additional info
Description: [ Decoys ] Hollow carved black duck, Warren Dettnian, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Good scratch paint detail and relief wing carving. Head isturned approximately 10 degrees. Original paint with very minor wear, small hole in lower breast where tie strap was attached; small crackunderneath bole; hairline cracks on underside of tail. Literature "Decoys of the Mississippi Flyway", Alan Haid, pg. 31View additional info
Description: [ Decoys ] Rare snow goose, Gus Nelo, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Near mint original paint with good patina: several tiny dents.View additional info