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iceman05

Old decoy question

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So I was able to keep the tradition going and purchase my grandfathers cottage in the 1000 islands. Well tucked away were about 3doz styrofoam duck decoys my grandfather hunted over for years...I've kept a few for keepsake but the rest Id like to sell. Here is my issue they are still useable but need to be repainted ...so what are they worth If you look on eBay people list them as "antique" "rare" "vintage" which maybe the case but I think $30 a piece is miles and miles out of the ball park. I was thinking more along the lines of a few bucks a piece for someone looking to restore or add to a spread or new to the sport. Let me know what I'm dealing with here. post-140970-14151212609627_thumb.jpg

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Those are Herters ....they stopped making them a few years back...can get decent money for them.

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Yup, people love herters decoys. Not necessarily rare or antiques but great working decoys that last forever. Imo $100 a dozen is a fair price to ask. Before they stopped making them 6 decoys from cabelas was over $100

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Wow thanks guys I would have never guessed that at all lol. Good thing I didn't put them up for $2 a piece

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