Feeding Yellowlegs Elisha Burr (1856-1941) Hingham, MA, c. 1880 11 3/4 in. long
A fine Massachusetts shorebird decoy by the elder member of this famous bird carving family. This plump decoy is carved in a deep feeding position with a dropped tail and separated primaries exhibiting incised feather detail. Original paint with gunning wear.
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