Ca: 1910. Beautiful matched pair in excellent condition.
Ca: 1910. Has “STARR” stamp on bottom and wide bill.
Snaky head model. Ca: 1910
Ca: 1928. Rig mates both stamped Evans Decoys. Bright excellent paint.
Ca: 1975. Signed “R. Madison Mitchell, Harve de Grace M.D. 1975”. Mint condition.
Ca: 1915. Oversized model, very rare nice hollow decoy with gunning wear.
Ca: 1977-1996. Excellent decoy with Barngat Bay Decoy Co. sticker on bottom.
Old Saybrook Conn factory. The rare Atlantic Coastal model. Good condition; rare decoy.
Ca: 1939-1942. Both branded Old Saybrook Conn. Factory. Hollow pine with inletted bottom boards. High heads, long necks, exceptionally nice condition.
Ca: 1940’s. Branded Old Saybrook Conn. Factory. Balsa. One of twelve branded “RBK”. Bright near mint condition.
Ca: 1939-1958. Hollow pine model from the Old Saybrook Conn. Factory. Brilliant bright paint. Near mint condition.
Ca: 1997. A beautiful mint condition gunning decoy with Jim’s return label on the bottom. Jim’s initials “JAS”, weight of the decoy and date made are also on the bottom. Exceptional snuggle head style.
Ca: 2002. This is one of four made by Jim. Never rigged gunning decoy in breathtakingly bright beautiful paint. High head with Jim’s return sticker and initials “JAS” on the bottom as well as the date made and weight of the decoy.
Ca: 1910. Excellent example of Mason’s paint and body style. No repairs or touch-ups.
Ca: 1905-1910. NO tail chip. Neck filler replaced. Nice bright paint, snakey head model.
Ca: 1905. Large Atlantic Coastal model with snakey head. Impressive looking decoy.
Ca: 1961-1976. Point Pleasant N.J. factory brand and stamp. Mint condition. Balsa decoy.
Ca: 1910. Near mint condition. Neck filler replaced.
Ca: 1910. Excellent paint with great breast swirls.
Ca: 1910. Good condition and paint. Neck filler replaced.
Ca: 1905-1910. Rare and in excellent condition. Mcleery stamp and Sothebys auction sticker on bottom.