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TD Hooper limited edition,1985, pair of duck decoys

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    Posted 9 years ago

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    I have just become aware of how lovely and sought after they are. Do I need to do anything special to protect them? I am still very naive and don't even know what type of ducks they are, curious to what their value is.

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    1. plantfreak, 9 years ago
      I can tell you that those are "Mallards", a type of duck. They are quite abundant in WI where I am from. (Not just there mind you), My Dad used to go duck hunting alot and he got quite a few. I cannot tell if these are actual decoys, or if they are novelties. Good luck!
    2. Rod Becklund, 8 years ago
      They are strictly decorative and worth under $75.00 They are mass produced ,
      not antique,yet. Very nicely done keep as an heirloom and it will gain value in future generations. I am a professional bird carver I make Florida collectible wading bird decoy sculptures. Blue Herons,Egrets Pelicans Roseate Spoonbills,Ibis,Cranes and many more from miniature to life size. My website is
    3. Kymbeckham, 8 years ago
      I have a couple of birds that will make you laugh! I actually have a SWOOSE! I made that up of course. Love your work.

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