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05/16/2022 07:36 PM
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(6) BIRD RELATED NOVELTY ITEMS

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Composition: wood/ ceramic /sterling

Comments: (6) Bird Related Novelty Items. In this lot different birds: 5” round wood with carved wood bird on the side. Marked on the bottom Bill Faix North East , MD 1998- two tiny single birds with metal wire feet - 4” ½ ceramic brown bird marked Goebel W. Germany # CV71 with the bee – 4” round small dish with gold tracing and the cork bodied Mallard in the center marked Central Massachusetts Chapter Ducks Unlimited 1988 – and porcelain round dish with Sterling around the dish and in the center Woodcock bird –Lynn Bogue Hunt. Very nice collections of different bird novelty. No chips or cracks. Good Condition

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