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This gave the carver a unique ability to create a full, perfectly carved bill for a overall, graceful and realistic look. A close look shows this bird has very detailed carving with artistic feather blending of the oil paint to create some of the finest carvings to ever come from Quebec in history! For a reference please see "Waterfowl Decoys Of The Montreal Region", by Michel Be'lisle. This set of unique carvings hung proudly in their hunting and fishing lodge in the Lurention Mountains of Quebec for many years until as the story goes, the lodge was lost in a poker game and the birds were given to the new owners daughter as a gift by her parents. This plaque is part of a collection of 8 and will be sold as is or as a set. Alain Mac Donald, Riqaud, Quebec This is a rare and unusual Hen Mallard on a wall plaque carved by the late Alain Mac Donald, (1886-1961).For reference material see the book by Michel Be'lisle, "Waterfowl Decoys Of The Montreal Region", page 61 from the Montreal Museum collection. 1925-1930 in outstanding paint as well as carving detail.This decoy with the set back neck is by far his best work and is all original. ADAM ANGER, WINDSOR, ONTARIO This is a standard size mallard drake decoy carved by Adam Anger in the 1980's.Although there are a few minor rubs to the tips of the paint,this decoy overall is in mint condition. There is a fine split in the paint of the bill which is very hard to see.Working decoy is original condition as well as paint.
Please be sure to note the detailed carving in all of these eight birds which will be sold seperatly or as a collection. Alain Mac Donald, Riqaud, Quebec Pictured is a Hen Goldeneye or Whistler by the late Alain Mac Donald (1886-1961).Note the typical great paint with typical feather carving.Alain Mac Donald, Riquad, Quebec This is a Drake Canvasback by the late Alain Mac Donald (1886-1961). A wonderful attribute of this bird is the head is turned out. A wonderful attribute of this carving is the head is turned out.The keel and loop are in place, and the bottom is branded ACA for Adam Charles Anger. Addie Nichol, Smith Falls, Ont., OBW12 Important 12" long Drake Redhead by old time Smith Falls, Ontario carver Addie Nichol, uncle of well known carver Davey Nichol.The style of this decoy was once attributed to Bob Jones from Demorestville, Ontario.