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Working decoy is original condition as well as paint.Retains the original glass eyes as well as the bottom board.For reference material please see, "Waterfowl Decoys Of The Montreal Region" by Michel Be'lisle. This gave the carver and a unique ability to create a full, perfectly carved bill for a overall, graceful and realistic look. A closer look shows this Canvasback has very detailed carving with artistic feather blending of oils to create some of the finest works of art to have ever come out of Quebec. This gave Mac Donald the unique ability to create a full, perfectly carved bill for a overall, graceful and realistic look. A close look shows the artistic oil feather blending technique of the carver to create some of the best carvings to ever come from Quebec!This plaque can be sold as a single lot or as a collection. This set of 8 plaques were made by Mac Donald as a special order for the Weirs family of Montreal fame. For a reference please see the book by Michel Be'lisle, "Waterfowl Decoys Of The Montreal Region", page 61 from the Montreal Museum collection.This decoy with the set back neck is by far his best work and is all original. ADAM ANGER, WINDSOR, ONTARIO This is a standard size mallard drake decoy carved by Adam Anger in the 1980's.
A wonderful attribute of this carving is the head is turned out. This remarkable set of rare wall plaques were a special order for a prominent family in Montreal, the Weirs.Alain Mac Donald, Riqaud, Quebec This is a rare Drake Goldeneye wall placque by the late Alain Mac Donald,(1886-1961). Collectors who have seen this set of eight agree these are rare and report they have never seen a collection of this quality and quantity.Alain Mac Donald, Riquad, Quebec, Canada This is a great example of the work of Alain Mac Donald of Riqaud Quebec.This example pictured is being sold as is or as a set of 8. This set was a special order from the Weirs family of Montreal and it hung in their hunting "cabin" for many years until the lodge and all it's contents were lost in a poker game.These were then given to the daughter as a gift and she has had them for 50 years until now!
Recent publications have led to this working toller being identified as the work of the elder Addie,aka James Adam "Addie" Nichol.