Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Two yellowlegs attributed to Timothy Bowden (1836-1913), Knotts Island, North Carolina, flank an unknown red knot possibly made in the norther Outer Banks or eastern shore of Virginia. Yellowlegs, before 1900 from carved and painted wood with nail bill through the head, published on page 194 of Shorebird Decoys of North Carolina
by Kroghie Andresen and Philip Harvey. Red knot circa 1900 from carved and painted wood with inserted wood bill.
Length 31 in.From the Personal Collection of Mr. Kroghie Andresen, Charlotte, North Carolina
Far left decoy formerly in the collection of Vince O'Neal.
Middle decoy formerly in the collection of DC North.
Far right decoy formerly in the collection of Joe Taylor.
Original with light gunning wear.