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If anyone can tell me some info and worth of this it would help me out. Thanks.
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killwoodies101 wrote:your a dudshe bag! You dont own the river your dont own any property around it.. Its just as mush mine and any other tom **** and harry's as it is yours !! get a life share what is yours or stop hunting
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Looks like a wood duck to me.
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I work for Guyette,Schmidyt & Deeter worlds leading antique Auction Firm, (goggle our company ) also check out Decoysforsale.com-on line Auction-Unfortunately your Decoy is not valued very high -id say in the $ 20.00 -30.00 dollar range -great for the home décor, it was never a working decoy or is it an antique Bird.Made on a spindle lathe, of pine stained and painted, could be from Big sky carvers, or some type of company who strickly spin tourist / Home décor birds.Sorry great pose but not of much value.Nw dats id gess this bird was from China..
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I'd say made in the Pacific Rim, and worth about $5.
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