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A tin hollow stick-up decoy representing a seagull, the hollow forming in two parts, the molded feathers and wings. It has a hinged back and is joined to the stick with a screw and nut at the base of the bird. It is painted white with a black bill, eyes, crown of head and wings. It appears to have been painted silver at one time. There is evidence of multiple repainting.
Original to Cogswell's Grant (Essex, Mass.),
Armament -- Accessory
6 1/4 x 3 1/4 (HxD) (inches)
Gift of Bertram K. and Nina Fletcher Little