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RARE WHITE WING SCOTER DECOY BY GUS WILSON. Gus Wilson is Maine’s premiere antique decoy carvers from South Portland, Maine. This most unusual white... [this item is NOT for sale]
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ANTIQUE GUS WILSON SCOTTER DECOY. Gus Wilson
is probably the most famous and most popular of any of the Maine decoy carvers. An old South Portland lighthouse keeper who used to carved decoys throughout the day while ... [more like this]
EARLY GUS WILSON LIGHT WING SCOTER DECOY.
Gus Wilson is Maine’s premiere antique decoy carver and came from South Portland, Maine. This desirable Monhegan Island style surf Scoter drake with beak nearly touching ... [more like this]
Pair of Mallard Drakes & Hen Decoys by Gus
Nelow: For your bidding pleasure are these Nelow. The first of the three Mallard decoys is the largest showing realistic coloring for a drake Mallard, however it also shows ... [more like this]
White-Winged ScoterAugustus "Gus" Aaron Wilson
(1864-1950)South Portland, ME c. 1900"Wilson looked at waterfowl much the way the Ward brothers did. There was a similarity in their ability to capture an unusual pose and ... [more like this]
Breast-Preening Eider Drake
Aaron Wilson (1864-1950)
South Portland, ME, c. 1910
An exceptional breast-preening eider drake exhibiting the makerªs finest form. This boldly carved coastal gunning decoy ... [more like this]
Hollow Canvasback Drake August "Gus" Moak
(1852 Hollow Canvasback Drake
August "Gus" Moak (1852-1942)
Tustin, WI, c. 1920
18 1/2 in. long
The animated swimming pose of this decoy elevates it to the best of Wisconsin ... [more like this]
GUS WILSON DECOY A Classic Black Duck Working
Decoy by Gus Wilson of South Portland, ME (1864-1950), ca. 1910-1915, having his typical molded wings, large inletted head, carved eyes and delicate bill, untouched original ... [more like this]
Preening Eider Hen Augustus Aaron Wilson
(1864-1950), South Portland, ME, c. 1900"Wilson looked at waterfowl much the way the Ward brothers did. There was a similarity in their ability to capture an unusual pose ... [more like this]
RARE WHITE WING SCOTER DECOY BY GUS WILSON.
Gus Wilson is Maine’s premiere antique decoy carvers from South Portland, Maine. This most unusual white wing scoter has a rare extended head position and oval inletted ... [more like this]
RARE GUS WILSON ROCKING HEAD DECOY Black
Duck with a rocking head, by Gus Wilson of South Portland, Maine, ca. 1920s. The head is attached on a peg that allows it to simulate a bobbing motion on the water. 18 1/2" ... [more like this]
GUS WILSON WORKING DECOY Black Duck in a
preening pose, by Gus Wilson of South Portland, Maine, carved in a preening position, exhibiting the typical inlet head, carved eyes and raised wings. 15" long, several deep ... [more like this]
Canvas George Boyd (1873-1941), Seabrook,
NH, c. 1920In 1910 future World War II General George S. Patton (1885-1945) married his wife, Beatrice Ayer, in Beverly Farms, Massachusetts. Together they owned a farm in ... [more like this]
HAND CARVED GUS WILSON PREENING SCOTER DECOY.
Augustus Wilson was an old lighthouse keeper from South Portland, ME who observed the waterfowl around him and carved throughout the day. Wilson's carvings are some of the ... [more like this]
CARVED AND PAINTED BLACKDUCK DECOY IN A RARE
PREENING POSITION BY AUGUSTA AARON WILSON (1864-1950) SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE CIRCA 1920.
An excellent example of a Gus Wilson decoy and American Folk Art. It exhibits carved ... [more like this]
Carved and Painted Merganser Decoy: Carved
and Painted Merganser Decoy, early 20th century, the large body with painted feather details, lg. 27 1/2 in. . The property of August (Gus) Knapp . Estimate $400-600 . . ... [more like this]
CARVED HOODED BLACK DUCK DECOY BY GUS WILSON
OF SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE. Typical Wilson style with inleaded head, raised wings and carved beak. Eyes originally were carved but now with glass inserts. Retains initials on ... [more like this]
Three Carved and Painted Duck Decoys, America,
early 20th century, a white-wing scoter attributed to Gus Wilson (1864-1950), South Portland, Maine, and two merganser drakes, (imperfections), ht. 6 3/4, 7 1/2, 7 1/2, lg. ... [more like this]
PAIR CARVED DUCK DECOYS - Chocolate Brown
Ducks by Gus Wilson, with inletted heads, carved eyes, black and white banded wingtips, 18" long, 7" wide, 7 1/2" & 6 1/2" tall, fine original surface, shrinkage crack to ... [more like this]
AMERICAN GAMEBOARD. Made by Gus Wilson,
South Portland, Maine, ca. 1920s, pine. Parcheesi board with original paint. Two boards with breadboard ends. 20"x 20". Bought by the consignor from Wilson's cousin. Wilson, ... [more like this]
Two Brant Augustus A. Rogers (1892-1938)
Alexandria Bay, NY c. 1920 Two brant from the workshop of Chauncey Wheeler, attributed to his younger assistant and fellow decoy maker, Gus Rogers.Provenance: Soper Rig, Long ... [more like this]
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