We have a 30 years of experience in buying & selling a wide range of antiques and sporting collectibles.
Everything we sell has an absolute guarantee to be exactly as described. Money back if not fully satisfied. Feel free to contact us if you are looking for something in particular or if you would like additional information or extra photos of anything listed in this site.
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Midwest Decoy Collectors Association
- Minnesota Decoy Collectors Association
- Ohio Decoy Collectors and Carvers Association
- Wisconsin Decoy Collector's Association
- Dakota Territory Gun Collectors Association
- Oklahoma Territory Gun Collectors Association
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From Our Website
This means that many of the items I offer for sale can and do show signs of use. Normal use does not necessarily detract from the piece's character and appeal, but with some types of collectibles such as glass, dinnerware and pottery-stoneware, chips, cracks and scratching can greatly decrease the value. Other collectibles such as working decoys, furniture, and items used outdoors many times were freshened up with new paint or repaired-refinished as needed over the years. So it is expected that you will see signs of wear and tear on these items.
Albert Koepsel carved several hundred solid cans, bluebill, mallard and coot decoys from the 1920's to the early 1950's. This decoy is solid with Koepsel's trademark painted eyes. Its in excellent near mint untouched original paint and condition. It has a small amount of the original neck filler missing on the front of the neck and wear on the edge of the bill and top of the head It measures 14x7x6-1/2 inches. Here is a about as good as you can get hand painted, vs. the later spray painted, Evans Mammoth Can.