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You beat me to it Lou.

Yeah, if anybody here knows it is MIA.
 

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The maker of this decoy is Herters of Waseca,MN thier out of business now This is a coot decoy, body made from balsa wood, the head is probably pine or cedar. Made around the 1950's Any questions,reply to this thread. Dick
 

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Dick is probably correct. But it was common back in theday where a hunter used a factory duck as a model to copy.
 

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I would second the vote for Herters. You may want to give Doug an
e-mail with a picture of the decoy. Doug is Minnesota Decoy Collectors
Association and will be gald to help you.

Doug Lodermeier
[email protected]

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Herters Model Perfect! Almost everything they sold was "Model Perfect"! Actually, my hunting buddys and I bought a lot of stuff from Herters. Most of it was pretty good and some not so good. Come to think of it, sort of like today.
 

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With that balsa wood body it's Herters. You can faintly see the duplicator cutter lines just above the white spot on the back.
 
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