Lot 2101
attributed Gary Bragg Family (NC, 1881-1954), Published Lesser Yellowlegs
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Ocracoke, North Carolina, circa 1900, carved and painted wood, iron bill, metal decoy stand conveys, published on page 114 of Shorebird Decoys of North Carolina by Kroghie Andresen and Philip Harvey.

Length 8 in.

From the Personal Collection of Mr. Kroghie Andresen, Charlotte, North Carolina

This decoy from Ocracoke Island is attributed to the Gary Bragg family. It has an upright stance and is painted in a light brown paint, possibly intended to be a lesser yellowlegs.

Original paint, light corrosion to iron bill.