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180. Bufehead drake by Charles L. Allen b1893 of Bordentown New Jersey. Raised wingtips and uted tail feathers. Typical thickly applied original paint with very light wear. Bottom has the deep hot brand of C.L. Allen as well as multiple small SGH stamps. For additional information on this carver see pp12 and 13 in Floating Sculpture by Huster and Knight. 600-900 Provenance Somers Headley collection 181. Redhead drake by Bartis Church of Fieldsboro NJ. Carved in the upper Delaware River style. Overhanging tail with uted tail feathers. Paint appears to be all original with light gunning wear. A notation by Mr. Huster indicates that this decoy is one of only two made. 300-500 Provenance Huster collection 182. Early hollow black duck by Charles Burkley b1910 of Fieldsboro and Bordentown NJ. Applied raised wingtips with a broad tail and uted tail feathers. Delineated wings and back feathers. In early repaint on body with probably original scratch feathering on head. Bill possibly repaired. Noted on bottom in pen Charles Burkley Fieldsboro N.J. Ponderosa Pine 1942. 200-400 Provenance Huster collection 183. Content hollow carved black duck by Dave Hawthorne. Head turned to the right in a tucked contented pose. Carved shoulders and tail in the Connecticut tradition. Expertly applied and blended original paint. Signed in a small inlet area on base. DBHpainted under bill. 500-750 184. Bluebill drake attributed to Lloyd Parker. Hollow carved. Attractive repaint with a few very light rubs mostly on bill. 200-300 185. Bluebill hen by Stanley Grant d1960 of Barnegat N.J. Hollow carved under a thin coat of sealer. Mostly repainted. 200-400 186. Bluebill drake from New Jersey. Attributed to Jay Parker on bottom. Hollow carved with extended paddle tail. Attractive gunning repaint with overall light wear. Bears the BB20 inventory number of George Ross Starr with his stamp. 200-400 Provenance Dr. George Ross Starr collection 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 38