A flock of 15 Miniature Flying Mallard flat-back duck carvings by John Lee Baldwin (1868-1938) of Babylon, NY (Long Island). These Mallards (all drakes) were made to mount on a plaque or a wall and they range in size from 5 ¾” x 2 ¾” to 7” x 3 ¼”. 8 are flying to the left, 7 to the right (I will refrain from political commentary here!) and they all date to the early 20th century (Baldwin died in 1938). All are in excellent, original condition: a very few have small spots of scuffed paint, but all are complete with no cracks, breaks or missing pieces. Some have little holes on the back for mounting, others do not. I’ve always thought these would make a spectacular display mounted on a wetlands mural but I never had the skill or ability to pull it off.