Antique 1940's Canadian Goose Hunting Decoy

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Antique paper mache / cardboard genuine Canadian Geese hunting decoy. Life sized and realistic, even my cat was suspicious! In good vintage condition, there is a bit of scuffing but no tears or holes. The goose comes in 2 pieces for easy field assembly. The head has a bit of elastic coming out of the neck, I assume that these attached to some sort of anchor to keep the head on. For the photos, I used a small twig from my yard.

**********Really neat display piece for the hunter or the vegan!***********

Measures~ 19" long, 9 1/2" wide, and 16" tall

Please read my shop's policies before purchasing! Please inbox me if you have any questions or would like any additional photos.

****Will refund shipping overcharges of $2 and over! Part of the posse not a part of the problem!****

Salut & Merci!

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Preparation takes 3-5 business days
Arrives from the United States
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All items will be carefully packed up by me and mailed to you within 3 - 5 business days of receiving payment. I purchase delivery confirmation on all of my orders. If you would like to purchase insurance on your order, let me know and I will be happy to find out the cost of that for you.

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I do NOT accept returns. As all of our pieces are vintage or antique, they will show some wear and/or imperfections. Any imperfections will be noted in the item description, so please read carefully before purchasing. I do my absolute best to be totally accurate in my descriptions and there is nothing vague or left to chance. I believe that honesty is the best policy and adhere to that in all instances.

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***If an item arrives damaged, contact me as soon as you can and I will do my very best to remedy the situation! This would include photos from you of the damaged item and packaging so that I may settle up with the USPS. I have no control over how the item(s) are handled once they leave me, which is why I do my best to package things so that they arrive safe and soundly.