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Both of these are factory decoys from the 40's to 60's. The one on the left is a repainted canvasback. I bought it at an auction in the Grosse Isle area approximately 8 years ago. It is rigged with line and anchor. The one on the right is a Victor canvasback in original paint. I got it in North Carolina in 2005. Asking $40 each or $70 for both.

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Re: OLD AND ANTIQUE DUCK DECOYS #1 Thinning out my collectio

Andre,

If you come up to around my place, my neighbor on the west side of the road would love to have a look at your decoys. Give me a call if you want more detials.
 

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Re: OLD AND ANTIQUE DUCK DECOYS #1 Thinning out my collectio

Actually they're all sold Chris. Thanks anyway.
 
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