We're pleased to offer a nice selection of Decoys from Oregon on West Coast Decoys.  If you see anything that you'd like additional information on, please e-mail me at westcoastdecoys@gmail.com.  Feel free to call me at 1 (800) 942-0309.  Thanks for looking!


Charles Pice

Mallard Drake

Very stylish and collectible high-head mallard drake by Charles Pice (Astoria, OR), ca. 1930s. The paint is good and all original with a bit more wear to the head. There is a neck crack as well. See page 93 of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson for a similar example. These examples are rare and highly prized by collectors. Measures 17" in length.

Price: $5,000


Charles Bergman

Teal Hen

This is one of the best teal hens by Charles Bergman (Astoria, OR) to have come available in recent years. This is an early model ca. 1930s. There are a few small areas of paint flacking and there's a tight neck crack. There are no repairs and the paint is excellent and all original. Measures just over 12" in length.

Price: $15,000


Charles Bergman

Mallard Pair

An honest working pair of mallards by Charles Bergman (Astoria, OR). These are later models, ca. 1940s. Paint is good, original and protected by an original coat of varnish (consistent with Bergmans). There may be a bill repair on the drake. This is a well matched pair. The hens lead weight is removed and she has a small tail chip and repaired neck crack. The drake also has a tiaght neck crack.

Price: $7500


Unknown Maker

Bluebill Drake

Folksy, hollow carved bluebill drake by an unknown Oregon maker. Paint is good and all original with the exception of some old overpaint on the bottom.

Price: $225


Ted Anderson

Wigeon Pair

Very rare hollow carved wigeon pair by Theodore Anderson of Portland, OR, ca. 1920s. I believe the heads to be Mason Company premier grade and that the bodies were made to fit the heads. Paint is moderately worn but all original. See page 99 of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson. 

Price: $4,000


Charles Bergman

Jewelry Box Teal

Paint is good and all original on this green-winged teal hen jewelry box ca. 1940s by Charles Bergman of Astoria, OR. See page 85 of Wildfowl Decoys of the Pacific Coast by Miller and Hanson for a similar example. Measures 13" in length. There's a bit of wear to the bill tip and at the box seams. Hinge will require a couple of replacement screws.

Price: $3,000


Charles Bergman

Teal Pair

Exceedingly rare rigmate pair of hollow carved green-winged teal by Charles Bergman (Astoria, OR), ca. 1940s. Paint is good and all original. There was a small tail chip repair to the hen and both bills have had repair. "HK" carved into the bottom of both. These are from the rig of Herb Kullstrom of Red Bluff, CA. Kullstrom stored his rig of Bergmas along the banks of the Sacramento river. During the massive flood in the early 60s, the majority of the rig was lost.  

Price: $15,000