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April 2013 - Session One

by Guyette & Deeter

Platinum House

431 lots | 429 with images

April 25, 2013

Live Auction

Pheasant Run Resort

St. Charles, IL, 60174 USA

431 Lots
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Hollow pintail drake, Jess Heisler, Burlington, New Jersey.

Lot 206: Hollow pintail drake, Jess Heisler, Burlington, New Jersey.

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Description: Hollow pintail drake, Jess Heisler, Burlington, New Jersey.

Condition Report: Some working repaint to the white areas with the remainder of the decoy in the original surface; some minor roughness at the edges of the tail.

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Extremely rare and important swimming mallard drake, John Blair, Sr, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 207: Extremely rare and important swimming mallard drake, John Blair, Sr, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Extremely rare and important swimming mallard drake, John Blair, Sr, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, last quarter 19th century. Hollow carved with body halves joined with wooden dowels. Tack eyes. From a home in Philadelphia. Original pad weight and branded "D.V. Allen" twice in underside.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor wear; several tiny dents; professional bill chip repair by Russ Allen, short crack in tail.

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Hollow black duck, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 208: Hollow black duck, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Hollow black duck, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century. Unusual model without the typical raised "V" primary carving.

Condition Report: Old repaint shows moderate wear; thin crack runs through the head; some minor wear to the wood around the edges.

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Black duck in a

Lot 209: Black duck in a "lowhead" pose, William Welker, Edgely, Pennsylvania.

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Description: Black duck in a "lowhead" pose, William Welker, Edgely, Pennsylvania. Retains Welker's lead ballast cold stamped with his name and town.

Condition Report: Old working repaint shows average wear; very good structurally.

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Bluebill drake, tucked head position Howard Bacon, Jr., Delanco, New Jersey, 2nd quarter 20th century.

Lot 210: Bluebill drake, tucked head position Howard Bacon, Jr., Delanco, New Jersey, 2nd quarter 20th century.

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Description: Bluebill drake, tucked head position Howard Bacon, Jr., Delanco, New Jersey, 2nd quarter 20th century. Exhibits incised wing carving, tack eyes and the original weight. Bacon made fewer than 50 decoys for his own rig.

Condition Report: Some old in-use touch up to the white area of the specula and the edge of the tail, otherwise the paint is original showing minor wear; some light shot marks.

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Black duck, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 211: Black duck, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Black duck, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

Condition Report: The paint is a late restoration in the manner of John Dawson done by an unknown artist; the bird is in very good structural condition.

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Lot 212: "Lowhead" model black duck, Tom Fitzpatrick, Delanco, New Jersey, 1st quarter 20th century.

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Description: "Lowhead" model black duck, Tom Fitzpatrick, Delanco, New Jersey, 1st quarter 20th century.

Condition Report: Very early working second coat of paint shows minor wear; overall excellent structurally.

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Bluebill drake, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 213: Bluebill drake, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Bluebill drake, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century. Retains a copper tag "W. APPLETON, BRISTOL, PA."

Condition Report: Old working repaint over most of the decoy with some of the black surface on the back and underside original; shows average to moderate wear; structurally good.

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Blair School pintail hen, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 214: Blair School pintail hen, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Blair School pintail hen, last quarter 19th century. Solid body. Small square plug in underside. Plug in side of breast to fill a space where knot fell out before the decoy was made. Tack eyes and finely detailed feather painting.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor wear; professional repair to a chip in one side of the bill by Russ Allen.

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Rare and early pair of buffleheads, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 215: Rare and early pair of buffleheads, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Rare and early pair of buffleheads, John English, Florence, New Jersey, last quarter 19th century. From the Hillman Collection both are so stamped.

Condition Report: Both in early working repaint showing average to moderate wear; each has minor rubs to the end of the bill; drake has a tiny chip in the tail; overall structurally good.

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Mallard drake, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois.

Lot 216: Mallard drake, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois.

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Description: Mallard drake, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois. Slightly turned head. Retains Perdew weight.

Condition Report: Original paint protected by its original coat of varnish; very minor discoloration and wear; a few small dents.

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Rigmate pair of mallards, Bert Graves, Peoria, Illinois.

Lot 217: Rigmate pair of mallards, Bert Graves, Peoria, Illinois.

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Description: Rigmate pair of mallards, Bert Graves, Peoria, Illinois. Both retain Graves weights.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor discoloration and wear; minor paint shrinkage on both backs; small chip missing from hen's tail; a few tiny dents.

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Pintail drake, Charles Perdew, Henry Illinois.

Lot 218: Pintail drake, Charles Perdew, Henry Illinois.

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Description: Pintail drake, Charles Perdew, Henry Illinois. Slightly turned head. Retains Perdew weight.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor to moderate discoloration and wear; worn to the primer on parts of the back and to bare wood on the underside; structurally good.

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Very rare pair of bluewing teal, Stephen Lane, Chillicothe, Illinois, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 219: Very rare pair of bluewing teal, Stephen Lane, Chillicothe, Illinois, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Very rare pair of bluewing teal, Stephen Lane, Chillicothe, Illinois, last quarter 19th century. Drake is branded "Rogers" in the underside who was a member at Neepee-Nauk gun club in the Horicon Marsh in Wisconsin. Hen is branded Club and another brand was cut out.

Condition Report: Both decoys have mostly original thin paint; decoy branded Club has added light brown paint in numerous areas of body; decoy branded Rogers has thin paint and wing patches that are a blend of both green and blue; blue paint on head shows brown underneath.

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Rare

Lot 220: Rare "white sided" mallard drake, Bert Graves, Peoria, Illinois, circa 1920.

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Description: Rare "white sided" mallard drake, Bert Graves, Peoria, Illinois, circa 1920. Early large eyes. Used on Lake Puckaway in Wisconsin.

Condition Report: Finely detailed original paint by Catherine Elliston with minor wear, structurally very good, retains graves weight.

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Excellent pintail pair, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, 2nd quarter 20th century.

Lot 221: Excellent pintail pair, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, 2nd quarter 20th century.

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Description: Excellent pintail pair, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, 2nd quarter 20th century. Both retain Perdew weights. Part of a group of decoys made for Otto Meyer in 1955 for trade. Strong comb painting on back and sides of drake's body.

Condition Report: Near mint; light coat of varnish and tiny rub at end of drake's bill.

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Pair of mallards, Fred Coleman, Hennepin, Illinois, circa 1920's.

Lot 222: Pair of mallards, Fred Coleman, Hennepin, Illinois, circa 1920's.

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Description: Pair of mallards, Fred Coleman, Hennepin, Illinois, circa 1920's.

Condition Report: Original paint with good detail and very minor wear; weights are missing.

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Pintail drake floating silhouette, Charles Walker, Princeton, Illinois.

Lot 223: Pintail drake floating silhouette, Charles Walker, Princeton, Illinois.

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Description: Pintail drake floating silhouette, Charles Walker, Princeton, Illinois. Constructed of two pieces and designed to fold down flat when not in use.

Condition Report: Excellent dry original paint shows minor wear and a nice patina; very good structurally.

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Pair of mallards, Walter

Lot 224: Pair of mallards, Walter "Tube" Dawson, Putnam, Illinois.

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Description: Pair of mallards, Walter "Tube" Dawson, Putnam, Illinois.

Condition Report: Original paint with moderate wear; small cracks and dents.

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Pair of mallards, George Kessler, Pekin, Illinois.

Lot 225: Pair of mallards, George Kessler, Pekin, Illinois.

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Description: Pair of mallards, George Kessler, Pekin, Illinois.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor shrinkage and wear; hen's bill has been broken off, reattached and repainted; a few small dents.

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Blackduck, Ed Keller, Bartonville, Illinois.

Lot 226: Blackduck, Ed Keller, Bartonville, Illinois.

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Description: Blackduck, Ed Keller, Bartonville, Illinois. "E.K." painted on underside. Slightly turned head.

Condition Report: A few small paint scraps, otherwise very good and original.

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Mallard drake, Hector Whittington, Olgesby, Illinois, circa 1930.

Lot 227: Mallard drake, Hector Whittington, Olgesby, Illinois, circa 1930.

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Description: Mallard drake, Hector Whittington, Olgesby, Illinois, circa 1930. Early gunning style with strong comb painting. Written on underside," Heck Whittington, Olgesby, Ill, 1936".

Condition Report: Original paint with slight gunning wear and two shot marks on top of back; small areas of crazing around neck.

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Bluebill drake, Robert Elliston, Bureau, Illinois, circa 1880's.

Lot 228: Bluebill drake, Robert Elliston, Bureau, Illinois, circa 1880's.

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Description: Bluebill drake, Robert Elliston, Bureau, Illinois, circa 1880's. Retains Elliston weight.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor to moderate wear; small crack partway through neck; minor roughness to bill.

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Rare ringbill drake, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, circa 1920's.

Lot 229: Rare ringbill drake, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, circa 1920's.

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Description: Rare ringbill drake, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, circa 1920's.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor discoloration and wear on much of the decoy; old in use repaint on head and breast and some of the areas under tail; small chip missing from one eye; small cracks and dents.

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Rare redhead drake, Robert Elliston, Bureau, Illinois, circa 1880's.

Lot 230: Rare redhead drake, Robert Elliston, Bureau, Illinois, circa 1880's.

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Description: Rare redhead drake, Robert Elliston, Bureau, Illinois, circa 1880's. Retains Elliston weight.

Condition Report: Original paint with moderate discoloration and minor wear; area on underside has been partially cleaned; a few small dents.

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Rigmate pair of mallards, Chris Powers, Peru, Illinois.

Lot 231: Rigmate pair of mallards, Chris Powers, Peru, Illinois.

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Description: Rigmate pair of mallards, Chris Powers, Peru, Illinois. Hen has slightly turned head.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor flaking and wear; flaw in wood on hen's back; each has a fine stress crack in the neck.

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Rare and Important duck call, Victor Glodo, Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 232: Rare and Important duck call, Victor Glodo, Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Rare and Important duck call, Victor Glodo, Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, last quarter 19th century. 5 1/2" long. Three heavily checkered V shaped panels and a warm mellow patina.

Condition Report: Wedge block, stopper and reed appear to be original and in near excellent condition.

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Possibly unique two duck transitional St. Francis style duck call, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, 1st quarter 20th century.

Lot 233: Possibly unique two duck transitional St. Francis style duck call, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, 1st quarter 20th century.

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Description: Possibly unique two duck transitional St. Francis style duck call, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois, 1st quarter 20th century. Fewer than six of these transitional calls are thought to exist. Carved initials V.E.V. , two wing down mallards flying in opposite directions, red mouth piece and a very unusual painted stopper.

Condition Report: Excellent structurally; reed might be an older replacement.

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Rare duck call, Duncan Taylor, Beardstown, Illinois, circa 1910.

Lot 234: Rare duck call, Duncan Taylor, Beardstown, Illinois, circa 1910.

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Description: Rare duck call, Duncan Taylor, Beardstown, Illinois, circa 1910. Three checkered panels. Reelfoot style with brass reed, a classic Taylor call.

Condition Report: Excellent and original.

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Duck call made for VL&A; sporting good store in Chicago, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois.

Lot 234A: Duck call made for VL&A; sporting good store in Chicago, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois.

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Description: Duck call made for VL&A sporting good store in Chicago, Charles Perdew, Henry, Illinois. Tear drop motif with VL&A carved in one side.

Condition Report: Original and good.

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Duck Call, John

Lot 235: Duck Call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1930.

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Description: Duck Call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1930. Mahogany wood Arkansas style call with eight tear drop panels and square end stopper.

Condition Report: Looks all original and excellent.

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Duck Call, John

Lot 236: Duck Call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1939.

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Description: Duck Call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1939. Mahogany wood. Arkansas style call with four checkered panels and bulbous stopper.

Condition Report: Original parts with varnish worn off of the part of the stopper that is inside the barrel; excellent condition.

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Duck call, John

Lot 237: Duck call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1940.

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Description: Duck call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1940. Mahogany wood Arkansas style call with smooth barrel.

Condition Report: Good and original.

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Duck call in the style of William Clifford, River Forest, Illinois, circa 1940.

Lot 238: Duck call in the style of William Clifford, River Forest, Illinois, circa 1940.

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Description: Duck call in the style of William Clifford, River Forest, Illinois, circa 1940. Laminated call with four panels.

Condition Report: Call appears to be cut down; reed and wedge block are not original.

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Duck Call, John

Lot 239: Duck Call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1940.

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Description: Duck Call, John "Sandy" Alexander Morrow, Flint, Michigan, circa 1940. Mahogany wood Arkansas style call with smooth barrel.

Condition Report: Reed and stopper are missing; very light in use wear.

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Yelper turkey call, Bridgeport Gun Implement Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 240: Yelper turkey call, Bridgeport Gun Implement Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Yelper turkey call, Bridgeport Gun Implement Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut, last quarter 19th century. Cocobolo wood and horn tip, 5.5".

Condition Report: Excellent condition

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Two duck calls, Earl Dennison, New Bern, Tennesee and a Sta-Dri, Oak Park, Illinois.

Lot 241: Two duck calls, Earl Dennison, New Bern, Tennesee and a Sta-Dri, Oak Park, Illinois.

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Description: Two duck calls, Earl Dennison, New Bern, Tennesee and a Sta-Dri, Oak Park, Illinois. Dennison is stamped "ED" and is in the in the box with papers.

Condition Report: Dennison is mint and Sta-Dri looks to be cut down with rubber piece added to end of barrel.

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Six Rare Winchester envelopes.

Lot 242: Six Rare Winchester envelopes.

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Description: Six Rare Winchester envelopes. Professionally framed 29" x 9".

Condition Report: All are in very good shape; image of two men with dogs has two small holes: single man with dog and old man with rifle have slight wear.

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Colorful envelope from EC Schultze, Sunbury, Pennsylvania, 1903.

Lot 243: Colorful envelope from EC Schultze, Sunbury, Pennsylvania, 1903.

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Description: Colorful envelope from EC Schultze, Sunbury, Pennsylvania, 1903. Multi colored image of hunters and dogs preparing for a hunt.

Condition Report: Very good and original.

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Desirable Savage Arms Envelope, New York, New York, 1904.

Lot 244: Desirable Savage Arms Envelope, New York, New York, 1904.

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Description: Desirable Savage Arms Envelope, New York, New York, 1904. Great image of an Indian chief and lever action Savage Arms rifle. Framed and matted.

Condition Report: Very good and original.

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Rare DuPont Envelope, 1907.

Lot 245: Rare DuPont Envelope, 1907.

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Description: Rare DuPont Envelope, 1907. Colorful image of cowboy on horse shooting lever action rifle.

Condition Report: Very good and original.

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Rare Laflin & Rand Envelope, New York City, 1903.

Lot 246: Rare Laflin & Rand Envelope, New York City, 1903.

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Description: Rare Laflin & Rand Envelope, New York City, 1903. Colorful image of cowboy on horse with revolver drawn. Text reads, Use "Bullseye" for Revolvers.

Condition Report: Very good and original.

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Wonderful upright handmade gun cabinet with southern quail theme.

Lot 247: Wonderful upright handmade gun cabinet with southern quail theme.

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Description: Wonderful upright handmade gun cabinet with southern quail theme. Hinged door opens a compartment for two or three guns that has a latch for locking. Hand drawn image of quail hunting on top of cabinet guarded by two quail head carvings. The door is painted with a fanciful decorations and an "I" and a pointers head.

Condition Report: Worn pieces of wood with nice patina; glass covering quail drawing is cracked.

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Important and very rare whimbrel, Thomas Gelston, Quogue, Long Island, New York, last quarter 19th century.

Lot 247A: Important and very rare whimbrel, Thomas Gelston, Quogue, Long Island, New York, last quarter 19th century.

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Description: Important and very rare whimbrel, Thomas Gelston, Quogue, Long Island, New York, last quarter 19th century. From the Shipman rig. Shipman brand on lower breast. Shipman was a shore hunter from Stoney Brook New York and a member of the Wyandanch club near Nissequogue. He died around 1900. Relief wing tip carving and shoe button eyes.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor wear, mostly on lower breast; bill is a professional replacement.

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Exceptional running redback sanderling, Obediah Verity, Seaford, New York, 3rd quarter 19th century.

Lot 248: Exceptional running redback sanderling, Obediah Verity, Seaford, New York, 3rd quarter 19th century.

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Description: Exceptional running redback sanderling, Obediah Verity, Seaford, New York, 3rd quarter 19th century. Relief wing carving and carved eyes. Fine feather paint detail.

Condition Report: Original paint with very slight wear, mostly on bill; very lightly hit by shot.

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Running sanderling, Obediah Verity, Seaford, Long Island, New York, circa 1870.

Lot 248A: Running sanderling, Obediah Verity, Seaford, Long Island, New York, circa 1870.

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Description: Running sanderling, Obediah Verity, Seaford, Long Island, New York, circa 1870. Branded "J.B." on underside. Carved eyes, shoulders and wing tips with fine paint feathering.

Condition Report: Original bill with original paint; worn to bare wood on areas of back, head and underside; age split running from bill to back of neck has been secured by an old nail and then covered with varnish in that area including bill which has a hairline stress crack.

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Large black bellied plover from the Seaford area of New York, 1st quarter 20th century.

Lot 248B: Large black bellied plover from the Seaford area of New York, 1st quarter 20th century.

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Description: Large black bellied plover from the Seaford area of New York, 1st quarter 20th century. Relief wing carving, carved eyes and inserted hardwood bill characteristic of the Verity school of carvers/ Carrying hole in tail. Dated 1904 in underside. One of only 3 known to exist.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor discoloration and wear; lightly hit by shot.

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Early robin snipe, maker unknown from Long Island.

Lot 249: Early robin snipe, maker unknown from Long Island.

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Description: Early robin snipe, maker unknown from Long Island. Made in the manner of William Bowman, Lawrence, Long Island.

Condition Report: Original paint shows moderate wear with areas worn to the bare surface; repair to the end of the tail.

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Yellowlegs, maker unknown, from Long Island.

Lot 250: Yellowlegs, maker unknown, from Long Island.

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Description: Yellowlegs, maker unknown, from Long Island. Made in the manner of William Bowman of Lawrence, Long Island.

Condition Report: Original paint shows minor wear with some touch up to a repair to the tail; a few minor shot marks; overall good structurally.

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Golden plover, Lafayette Seabury, Bridgehampton, New York, circa 1900.

Lot 251: Golden plover, Lafayette Seabury, Bridgehampton, New York, circa 1900.

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Description: Golden plover, Lafayette Seabury, Bridgehampton, New York, circa 1900.

Condition Report: Original paint with minor discoloration and wear; a few tiny dents.

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