This 1920's crow decoy is accompanied by a letter from the family who owned it. The letter states that the crow was given to his mother by the carver/boat builder by the name of Manuel "the Old Sculpin" Swartz Roberts of Edgartown. There is also a piece of masking tape on the bottom that the owner id'd the decoy with. Being offered by Old South Jersey Glass, a Yellow Garage Antiques dealer.
The decoy has wire legs which fold under. It has the original old black surface and measures 10.5" long.
CONDITION: Old repair made of wood filler on beak.