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Click to view Duck Decoy Cast Iron Hubley Paperweight photos
DEC-585
Duck Decoy Cast Iron Hubley Paperweight
Antique full-figure solid casting swimming duck decoy Paperweight or Decorative Accessory. Original paint. Made by Hubley. Circa 1930’s-40’s. Excellent condition. 1 ½” tall x 2 3/4” long.
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DEC-586
Folk Art Alaska Gray Jay Bird Wood Carving
Vintage Folk Art Alaska Gray Jay Bird Wood Carving. Fun life size Folk Art wood carving of a Gray Jay. Also known as the Canada Jay, Gray Jay, Camp Robber, or Whisky Jack. Titled: “Alaska Gray Jay, Camp Robber”. Carved with relief wings and has glass eyes, mounted on redwood. Signed: “To Fred, From Erma & Art”. Dated “Jan. 1987”. Excellent plus condition – original paint. 6 ½” tall x 11 ¼” long x 2 ½” wide. Base – 2” tall x 6 5/8” long x 2 7/8” wide.
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DEC-587
Carved White-Tailed Deer Canoe Cup
A canoe cup is a woodman’s water dipper, also known as a belt cup because most included a toggle or clip for carrying it on a belt during portages. This well defined carved canoe cup is made from oak burl wood and decorated with a life-like relief carved and painted profile of a white-tailed buck along one half of the cup. The other outer half is incised with wavy grooves. It has a fringed rawhide strap and metal belt clip. Circa 1940. Excellent condition. 6 7/8” long x 2 5/8” wide x 2” deep.
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DEC-588
Pair of Canvas Back Duck Cast Iron Bookends
Eye-appealing pair of Vintage Canvas Back Duck Decoy Cast Iron Bookends. Full-figure, solid realistic casting with life-like paint. All original paint. Weigh 14 lbs. 6 oz. Circa 1950’s. Excellent plus condition. 5 7/8” tall x 4 ½” wide x 5 3/4” deep.
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Click to view Duck Decoy Cast Iron Hubley Paperweight photos
DEC-589
Duck Decoy Cast Iron Hubley Paperweight
Antique full-figure solid casting swimming duck decoy Paperweight or Decorative Accessory. Original paint. Made by Hubley Circa 1930’s-40’s. Excellent condition. 1 ½” tall x 2 3/4” long.
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DEC-596
Carved Bass Fish Plaque
Exceptional eye-appealing carving of Bass mounted on chamfered board. Circa 1940’s. Excellent condition. 14 ¾” height x 21 ½” width
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DEC-597
Baltimore Oriole Bird Wood Plaque
Baltimore Oriole on Branch carving on cedar wood slab. Superb mellow surface and patina. Circa 1930. Excellent condition. 15 ¾” H. x 7 ½” W.
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Click to view Canvasback Duck Decoy Carving by Finney photos
DEC-598
Canvasback Duck Decoy Carving by Finney
Superb sculptured form of painted Standing Canvasback Drake Duck Decoy. Carved by noted carver and Folk Artist Frank Finney, Cape Charles, VA. Realistic detailed feather carving with raised wingtips. Glass eyes. Exceptional paint, surface and form. Signed on underside, “Frank Finney” & “F”. 15” tall x 15 ½” long x 5 ¾” wide. Base – 8” wide x 8 ¾” long. Excellent plus condition.
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Click to view Chromolithograph Mallard Drake by Pope photos
DEC-599
Chromolithograph Mallard Drake by Pope
Chromolithograph Mallard Drake by Alexander Pope Signed lower left “A. Pope, Jr., #4, 1878 – copyright by A. Pope”. Listed American painter & sculpture – noted for his waterfowl & dog prints. Incredible print showing a pair of swimming Mallard Ducks, a Drake & Hen. Circa 1878. Excellent plus condition. 18 ¼” H. x 24” W.
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