One early twentieth Century Decoy duck with original paint finish. By the shape of the head and the bill, and the short stubby tail, it is probably intended to depict a female Eider Duck. The other one, a late 19th/early twentieth century example with original paint finish. The head is secured by a wooden peg from the crown to the abdomen. By the white wing plumage, it is probably intended to depict a male Scaup or Tufted Duck.