Cigar Daisey, a respected decoy maker from Chincoteague, VA, died recently. Here is his ruddy duck drake in mint condition. $850, including FREE U.S. shipping. More photos and detail here: More »

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Eddie Wozny (Cambridge, MD) may not be well-known, but he is certainly one of our best contemporary folk art bird carvers. Here is a miniature bobwhite quail he completed in 2004. $685, including FREE U.S. shipping. Details and more photos here: More »

A professional quality UV light for $85, including FREE U.S. shipping. This Spectroline B-160 light cost about $200 originally. Portable, rechargeable, new battery. Designed to evaluate paint on antiques or decoys to help determine whether it is original or if there has been restoration. Details here: More »

Here's a Mason Glasseye green-winged teal drake decoy, ca. 1910. Bone dry original paint. We don't find many of these. Available for purchase. More photos and detailed description here: More »

Eskimo curlew shorebird decoy by Alonzo Foster, Hampton Bays, NY, ca. 1880. Look at that exquisite original paint! Available for purchase. Details and more photos here: More »

Indian in blue canoe whirligig, found in Vermont, ca. mid 20th century. All original. Nice surface. Available for purchase. More photos and detail here: More »

Moose in marsh oil on canvas, signed F(rank) M. Hoyer (1863-1940's). A listed artist who painted in the Omaha area. Untouched condition in a custom birch bark frame. Available for purchase. More photos and details here: More »

Our latest ad in Decoy Magazine. Some examples of the good Masons we are offering. More »

A really good carving in walnut. Found in Vermont, but possibly Black Forest. $750, including FREE U.S. shipping. More photos and details here: More »

Carved fishmonger, New England, ca. mid-20th century. Pine in fine original condition. 14" tall. $675, including FREE U.S. shipping. More photos and detail here: More »

Just added: a classic brant decoy by Harry V. Shourds, Tuckerton, NJ, ca. 1900. Hollow in excellent original paint. Available for purchase. More photos and detail here: www.RJGAntiques.com/product.aspx?invno=19157