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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 dick 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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In the face.
With a chair.
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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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