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Silver Salmon Sculpture
Created by sculptor David Wynne (b. 1926) for The House of Hardy, in association with Hardy Brothers (Alnwick) Ltd. An eleven-inch-high salmon sculpture, cast from 36 ounces of hallmarked sterling silver. Limited to an edition of fifty-five castings, the original cost was 2,500 British pounds plus shipping. Mounted on a marble base measuring seven-inches across. In original condition with some tarnishing and a very light scratch on the side of one fish. Copley Fine Art Auctions
Exceedingly Rare Wood Duck Hen
"Wood duck drakes being so beautiful, I went nearly 40 years without making a hen." - Mark S. McNair A hollow, preening decoy with raised wings, incised primaries, and the maker's carved signature on the bottom. According to the artist, he has made only three wood duck hens since 1974, two straight heads and this single preener. This is believed to be the only wood duck hen by the maker to ever be publicly offered for sale. Copley Fine Art Auctions
Two Woven Canoe Seats
C. 1925. Copley Fine Art Auctions
Teal and Gadwall.
Teal and GadwallA hollow Delaware River decoy by Jess Heisler (1891-1943), Burlington, NJ, c. 1920, with carved, raised primaries, fluted tail carving, and bill detail. A gadwall decoy by John Fulton, Natick, MA, c. 1960, with a painted "J. Fulton" signatureand identification on the bottom. Copley Fine Art Auctions
Bluebill Drake
An early Stratford School bluebill decoy with original comb painting. Small "WVL" impressed signature and Lattin boat-shaped lead weight on bottom. Copley Fine Art Auctions
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