Tag: Gary L Miller

s Gary L. Miller was born in 1943 and hails from Williamsburg Michigan and has been a major collector of decoys for the past 30 plus years. He is mentioned in the back of the American Fish Decoys book by …

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Tips for eBay Sellers of Fish Decoys – Gary L. Miller

Tips for eBay Sellers of Fish Decoys by Gary L. Miller © 2008 As a collector and researcher who has purchased thousands of fish decoys and looked at thousands more over the last 30 years, let me offer a few …

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An Introduction to Vintage Michigan Fish Decoys-Gary L. Miller

An Introduction to Vintage Michigan Fish Decoys by Gary L. Miller -© 1980-2004 First I would like to tell you a little about myself so you will know where I’m coming from. I have been collecting and researching Michigan fish …

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A Survey of Selected Transitional Michigan Fish Decoy Carvers – by Gary L. Miller

A Survey of Selected Transitional Michigan Fish Decoy Carvers by Gary L. Miller  © 1980-2005 First published in the December 2005 issue of the NFLCC Magazine a preview of a book to come from Gary L. Miller In a previous …

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Robert Beebe, born in Lima, Peru in 1944, now resides in Seymour, Tennessee and started carving replica decoys in 1982. He uses spruce, white pine, copper, brass, lead, glass eyes, and acrylic paint.  He cuts his fish first with a …

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Frank Baraby appears to be a father or son of Saint Albans, Franklin County in Vermont. One is Frank X. (1883-1971) and the other is Frank O. Baraby (1920-1989)   Photos provided by eBay ID barup11  of Johnson, Vermont Information …

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Early is a reference to when a decoy was made. I would say 1700s to about 1900 in date would constitute an early decoy. Gary L. Miller wrote an article that might help you understand it more.  CLICK HERE TO …

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Not much is known on this carver – so I need your help.  He is from Green Bay Wisconsin. We have limited information on this carver. If you can assist in completing this profile, please submit a request by completing …

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Charles Spiron was bon in 1948 and hails from Goldsboro, North Carolina. It is believed that Charles is the maker of the fish decoy replicas sold at the Abby Aldridge Rockefeller Folk Art Museum Store at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. You …

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Paul Soler was born in 1962 in Ramsey County and is now from Saint Cloud, Minnesota. You can contact Paul at: Paul Soler 25124  58th Ave. Saint Cloud, MN 56301 320-203-8778 (information provided by Gary Miller – Michigan)

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