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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.),
6 1/4 x 3 1/4 (HxD) (inches)
Gift of Bertram K. and Nina Fletcher Little