We're pleased to offer a nice selection of Decoys from various factories on West Coast Decoys.  If you see anything that you'd like additional information on please e-mail me at westcoastdecoys@gmail.com.  Feel free to call me at 1 (800) 942-0309.  Thanks for looking!


Wildfowler

Bufflehead Pair

Very rare pair of bufflehead attributed to the Old Saybrook factory. These solid pine rigmate examples are in unused condition. The head on the hen is loose. There may be a coat of varnish added at production. Each measures approximately 11" in length.

Price: $1500


Wildfowler

Mallard Pair

A mint condition, unused pair of hollow pine mallards from the Pt. Pleasant factory and so stamped. Carved and painted by Charles Birdsall. One of the best pair of Pt. Pleasant mallards to come available in recent years.

Price: $1525


Wildfowler

Ringbill Pair

One set of two known pair of all original ringbills from the Quogue factory. Balsa body construction. Measures approximately 13" in length. Rigmate pair branded JEJ.

Price: $1950


Wildfowler

Blue-winged Teal

Early, solid ccedar, Old Saybrook, CT factory Wildfowler blue-winged teal drake, c. 1939. There's a small chip under one side of the bill and there may have been a light coat of varnish applied after production. Measures 12" in length. See the top photo on page 31 of Wildfowler Decoys by Cowan and LaFountain for a similar example.

Price: $800


Wildfowler

Jewelry Box Teal

Awesome jewelry box green-winged teal drake from the Old Saybrook, CT, Wildfowler factory, c. 1940. Excellent all original paint and condition with slight wear on both sides. Measures just over 12" in length. See page 55 of Wildfowler Decoys by Cowan and LaFountain.

Price: $925


Wildfowler

Blue-winged Teal

Mint condition green-winged teal hen from the Pt. Pleasant, NJ factory of the Wildfowler Decoy Company, c. 1960s and so stamped. See page 95 of Wildfowler Decoys by Cowan and LaFountain for a similar example.

Price: $200

 


Mason Co.

Canvasback Pair

Honest, all original pair of premier grade, Seneca Lake style canvasbacks from the Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI) ca. 1910. The hen has a split on the left side where it appears the in factory fill has dried. Other than that no significant issues. The drake has a number of shot scares. Both are missing the weights.

Price: $5,000


Mason Co.

Premier Bluebill

Excellent and all original hollow carved, premier grade bluebill drake from the Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI) ca. 1910. Small body model measuring 14" in length. The bottom weight has been removed and there's an in the making knot on the right side as shown in the picture. Outstanding original paint that appears to be protected by a thin old coat of varnish.

Price: $3,800


Mason Co.

Challenge Broadbill Hen

Excellent original paint and condition on this Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI), challenge grade broadbill hen ca. 1905. Wide, spatulate bill. Measures 14" in length. The bottom weight is missing.

Price: $3,000


Mason Co.

Broadbill Pair

Honest and all original rigmate pair of standard grade, glass-eye model broadbills by the Mason Decoy Co. of Detroit, MI, ca. 1910. Both have the collectible spatulate bills, average wear and missing neck filler. Both have a unique burned in brand in the shape of an arrow on the left sides.

Price: $1200


Mason Co.

Challenge Bluebill Hen

Excellent original paint and condition on this Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI), special order, challenge grade bluebill hen ca. 1905. Measures 14" in length. The bottom weight is missing. Beautiful feathering on this example.

Price: $3000


Mason Co.

Premier Canvasback Pair

Honest, all original premier grade canvasback pair from the Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI) ca. 1900. Snakey head style (particularly on the hen). The hen is branded "BARTHOLOMAY". Both measure just over 15" in length. The hen retains the bottom weight. The drake is missing the bottom weight.

Price: $6000


Mason Co.

Challenge Broadbill Drake

Excellent original paint and condition on this Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI), early challenge grade broadbill drake ca. 1900. Wide, spatulate bill. Measures just over 14" in length. There is some in use wear. Neck filler appears to be replaced. There may be some paint strengthening on the left side of the face.

Price: $3250


Wildfowler Co.

Canvasback Pair

Hollow pine rigmate canvasback pair from the Wildfowler Decoy Company of Old Saybrook, CT ca. 1940s-50s. These wonderful examples are in unrigged and unused condition. Each measures approximately 14.5" in length.

Price: $1050


Wildfowler Co.

Wigeon Drake

A stone mint hollow pine superior model wigeon drake from the Wildfowler Decoy Company of Old Saybrook, CT c. 1940s. This wonderful example is in unrigged and unused condition. By far the nicest Wildfowler wigeon I've ever offered. Measures approximately 13" in length. See page 36 of Wildfowler Decoys by Cowan and LaFountain for a similar example.

Price: $1375


Wildfowler Co.

Mallard Drake

A nearly mint balsa model mallard drake from the Wildfowler Decoy Company of Old Saybrook, CT ca. 1940s-50s. This wonderful example is in unrigged and unused condition. By far the nicest Wildfowler mallard I've ever offered. Measures approximately 14.5" in length. Inletted head model. There is some paint loss at the neck seam on the right side and a couple of small dents in the back. Other than that, this one is mint.

Price: $975


Wildfowler Co.

Black Duck Trio

Three rigmate, unrigged and unused balsa model black ducks from the Old Saybrook, CT factory of the Wildfowler Decoy Company, c. 1940s. Three different head postures create a compelling display. Light wear on the edges. Other than that, these are nearly mint. 

Price: $2650


Wildfowler Co.

Bluebill Drake

Just a few scuff marks on this nearly mint, unused, balsa body, bluebill drake from the Point Pleasant factory of the Wildfowler Deoy Company. Measures approximately 14.5" in length.

Price: $250


Wildfowler Co.

Mallard Pair

Beautiful solid pine mallard pair from the wildfowler decoy company of Pt. Pleasant, NJ. The bottom of both reads "Made by Wildfowler Decoys Charles R. Birdsall Owner". The bottom of the hen indicates it was painted by B Dunnigan. Each measures approximately 14.5" in length.

Price: $1350


Wildfowler Co.

Teal Drake

Mint condition, solid pine green-winged teal drake from the Wildfowler Decoy Company of Pt. Pleasant, NJ. Measures just under 12" in length.

Price: $300


Scott Company

Teal

A very rare green-winged teal drake from the Scott Cork Decoy Company of Oakland, CA, ca. 1920s. Early wooden bill model. Paint is good and all original. The ink stamp on the bottom is still visible. There is a tear to the canvas on the right side and back of the neck as pictured.

Price: $300


Scott Company

Teal Drakes

Two rare green-winged teal drakes from the Scott Cork Decoy Company of Oakland, CA, ca. 1920s. Rare, early wooden bill models. Original paint with a thin over coat of varnish. The head on the drake pictured in the front was torn and reattached. 

Price: $250


Scott Company

Teal Drake

A very rare green-winged teal drake from the Scott Cork Decoy Company of Oakland, CA, ca. 1920s. Early wooden bill model. Paint is good and all original. The ink stamp on the bottom is still partially visible. No tears or holes on this excellent example.

Price: $500


Wildfowler Co.

Canvasbacks

Oversized canvasback pair from the Wildfowler Decoy Company of Old Saybrook, CT. Balsa bodies. The hen retains the factory stamp.  Keels removed. One eye on the hen is missing. Paint is excellent and original.

Price: $290


Mason Co.

Canvasback Pair

Honest, all original pair of premier grade, Seneca Lake style canvasbacks from the Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI) ca. 1910. The hen has a tight neck crack, and age crack on the left side. She is branded twice "ILB". The drake has a check at the base of the neck and shot mark. He is branded "DWH".  Both are missing the weights. Nice price on an honest Mason premier pair.

Price: $2000


Mason Co.

Teal Pair

Rare pair of glass-eye model blue-winged teal from the Mason Decoy Company. Paint is good and mostly original. There appears to be a few areas of paint strengthening on both as well as neck filler replacement. The drake measures 12" and the hen is 11.5". Nicely matched pair of rare Masons.

Price: $2500


Mason Co.

Black Duck

Excellent original paint on this Premier grade, hollow carved black duck from the Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI), ca. 1900. The ink "Premier" stamp is intact. There is a professional tail chip repair. Measures 17 3/4" in length. 

Price: $1400

 


Hays Company

Canvasback

Excellent, bright, all original piant superior model canvasback drake from the J.M. Hays Wood Products Company (Jefferson City, MO) circa 1920s. Tight age split in the bottom. Otherwise, a very nice example. Measures 16" in length.

Price: $300 

 


Mason Co.

Redhead Pair

Very rare Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI), standard grade, tack-eye model redhead pair. The drake is in good original paint and the hen has had professional neck filler repair as well as some touch-up on the head and back. 

Price: $500

 


Mason Co.

Redhead Hen

Nice, bright, paint on this standard grade, glass-eye model redhead hen from the Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI), ca. 1920. Shot scar on the bottom left as indicated in the photo. Blacklight shows what appears to be some paint strengthening on portions of the bill and potentially speculums.

Price: $200

 

 


Tule Lake Co.

Canvasback

Very rare, solid carved canvasback hen from the Tule Lake Decoy Company of Sacramento, CA, ca. 1920's. Paint has been expertly applied by the talented, late Don Brewer (Eureka, CA). Measures 15" in length.

Price: $325

 


Tru-Dux

Mallard Pair

All original pair of mallards by Al Reis and the Tru-Dux Company (Chicago, IL) ca. 1940s.

Price: $250


Mason Co.

Mallard Pair

Worn and original paint pair of standard grade, glass-eye model mallards from the Mason Decoy Company (Detroit, MI), ca. 1915. A light coat of varnish appears to have been applied.

Price: $300


Anderson Co.

Pintail Drake

Very rare and early Anderson Decoy Company (San Francisco, CA) pintail drake. Constructed of three pieces of steel (two sides and the bottom) stamped into a mold and soldered at the joints. The San Francisco Bay, with it's high salinity, resulted in these decoys promptly rusting and sinking. Paint appears to be worn but original.

Price: $250