We're pleased to offer a nice selection of Decoys from Oregon 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!


Charles Bergman

Teal Hen

This is one of the best teal hens by Charles Bergman (Astoria, OR) to have come available in recent years. This is an early model ca. 1930s. There are a few small areas of paint flacking and there's a tight neck crack. There are no repairs and the paint is excellent and all original. Measures just over 12" in length.

Price: $15,000


Charles Bergman

Mallard Pair

An honest working pair of mallards by Charles Bergman (Astoria, OR). These are later models, ca. 1940s. Paint is good, original and protected by an original coat of varnish (consistent with Bergmans). There may be a bill repair on the drake. This is a well matched pair. The hens lead weight is removed and she has a small tail chip and repaired neck crack. The drake also has a tiaght neck crack.

Price: $7500


Unknown Maker

Mallard Hen

Unique mallard hen by an unknown Oregon maker. Paddle tail, square dowel running through the bottom, balsa body with solid wood bottom board. The comb painting is very detailed and nicely done. All original paint. Measures 14.5" in length.

Price: $225


William Rich

Wigeon Drake

A very rare decoy for the Oregon collector...An egg shell thin, hollow carved (western red cedar) wigeon drake by William Rich (Portland, OR) ca. 1910. A dainty carving measuring 11.5" in length. See page 109 of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson.

Price: $800


Walter Ruppel

Pintail Hen

One of the nicest early (c. 1950) examples of a Walter Ruppel (Portland, OR) decoy I've ever offered. Pintail hen in what appears to be unused condition. Constructed of cork on board for the body with a stylish cedar carved head. Paint is outstanding and all original. See pages 110-112 of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller for additional information on this great Oregon maker.

Price: $500

 


Howard Hughes

Mallard Pair

Rare mallard pair by Howard Hughes (Knappa, OR) ca. 1929. Constructed of balsa for the bodies with sugar pine heads. The bottoms are signed by the maker and dated 1930. Paint is likely a mix of original and in use repaint. 

Price: $350