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    Member Trappnguns's Avatar
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    Default Antique decoy?

    Anybody know anything about old decoys? I've got a cork pintail and am wondering if I should be letting the kids play with it...

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    the short answer is no, maybe not worth much, but could be worth thousands. pic would be good. i'd be interested in buying, but won't spend much. Bud
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    I think it might depend on who the carver/maker of the decoy is, value varies quite a bit, some are worth much more than others. Same goes for new carved decoys...Frank Gant's work fetches a pretty penny.
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