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Marty Hanson, Prior Lake, MN Standing Mallard 


Rare full bodied standing mallard decoy by Marty Hanson.  This decoy is approximately life size in a reaching head position.  It has excellent original paint that has mellowed nicely.  It was made as a stick up type field decoy and comes with its original stand and stick.  You will notice that the foot is painted on the base.  This has the maker's mark on the bottom of the base.  The decoy is approximately 10-15 years old and represents the rarest of the rare for Marty Hanson as Marty makes very few standing full bodied decoys.

HC127N Price: $1850.00


Hart Canadian Black Duck









William Hart, Belleview, Ontario, hand carved Black Duck.  It's hollow in original paint.  One side of has been heavily hit with shot.

HC131 Price: $1700.00


Unknown English Carved Mallard Hen




This decoy is in near mint original condition and has never been used.


HC132 Price: $850.00


Charles Perdew Pintail Drake with original paint by Cline McCalpin

Cline McCalpin learned to carve decoys as a Protégé of Charles Perdew.  This very rare pintail decoy was Carved by Charles Perdew. Henry, Illinois and painted by Cline McCalpin of Chicago, Illinois.  The decoy was probably made as a decorative for someone as it was never rigged for hunting.  It appears to be unused with excellent original paint.  Circa late 1950's early 1960's.

HC18N Price: $2000.00


Dave Simandl Wood Duck




Dave Simandl, Caro Michigan, Rare Wood Duck Drake in near mint original condition.  Never been used and is signed on the bottom.

FD90  Price: $475.00













Billy Ellis Blue Bill pair

Unused pair of Blue Bills by Billy Ellis, Canada.  These were a part of a set of decoys that were used as display models in a hardware store that sold decoys.  The are in excellent unused condition.  All original paint  HC128  $1750.00



Early John Blair Jr. attributed Gadwall Drake


This decoy probably dates to the early 1880's or before.  It has very good original paint.  It does have a repair to the neck crack.  The bill had been broken off and reattached with a nail, probably done by the hunter years ago.  HC129N $3900.00

Unknown Michigan Redhead Pair

Giant oversized Hollow redheads by an unknown maker. From Michigan in original paint with gunning wear. 

HC133: Price: $ 595.00




Bernard Ohnmacht, Lafayette, Indiana Mallard Hen Ca 1930's

Bernard Ohnmacht , (1899-1975), only made one rig of decoys for himself, a rig of 100 consisting of mallards, black ducks, pintails and a few geese.  He did not make any to sell. For more info see page 149 in the book "Decoys of the Mississippi Flyway" by Alan Haid.  This decoy has very fine and detailed original paint and a small dent in the back.  This is the best Ohnmacht Hen Mallard we have seen.
HC124N   Price: $  3500.00

Reeves Family Attributed Hollow St. Clair Flats Style Red Head Drake



This decoy has original paint with fine combing on much of the body. it has old shoe buttons for eyes. it has a thin bottom board and is lightly hollowed. There is some flaking in several places most likely caused by the decoy cord while stored.

HC3N   Price $425.00



Unknown Hollow Black Duck upper New York State


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Unusual Blind Eye Upper New York State, Alexandria Bay area, deep hollow body Black Duck.  Old Working probably second coat of Paint with some original on head and bill.  Decoy is circa 1920's and was made by a unknown carver.  This decoy is in good condition other than a tail chip and a tight crack in the neck seat area.

    HC5N   Price: $475.00

Unusual Flying Crow Decoy with moveable wings Unknown Maker




This decoy is well proportioned folk art style carved body with moveable wings attached with nails.  It has bill carving and carved eyes.  it is stamped RDV on the bottom, possibly for the maker.  It is approximately 20-30 years old and is in original paint and condition.
HC178   Price:  $175.00








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