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Guyette & Deeter coming to Henry Decoy Show

HENRY - Jon Deeter of Guyette & Deeter, the world’s largest antique decoy auction house, will be at the Henry Decoy Show on Feb. 9, being held at the Henry-Senachwine High School, located at Route 29 in Henry.

The show is from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and admission is $5 with children under 12 free. The show features 90 display tables with antique decoys, game calls, contemporary carvings, wildlife art, hunting supplies, fishing gear, and much more.

Jon Deeter will have a display of items for the upcoming Guyette & Deeter auction April 24-25 in St. Charles. The display at the Henry Decoy Show will feature decoys by Joseph Sieger, Tustin, Wisconsin, Steven Lane of Laco, and Charles Perdew of Henry.

Guyette and Deeter will be providing free decoy appraisals at show. If you would like to make arrangements to see Jon Deeter at the show or while he is in the Henry area, he can he reached by phone at 440-610-1768 or by email at jdeeter@guyetteandschmidt.com. You may also receive a free appraisal by sending a decoy photo and stamped, self-addressed envelope to: Jon Deeter, 7980 Darbys Run, Chagrin Falls OH 44023.

Established in 1984, Guyette and Deeter is the world’s largest decoy auction firm with more than $147,000,000 in decoy sales. They hold four cataloged decoy auctions per year in different locations across the United States. In January 2007, Guyette & Deeter, in conjunction with Christie’s New York, set a new auction record for a decoy when they sold a hollow-carved merganser hen by Lothrop Holmes (Kingston, Massachusetts) for $856,000.

Henry Decoy Show

When: Feb. 9.

Where: Henry-Senachine High School.

What: Will feature decoys by Joseph Sieger, Tustin, Wisconsin, Steven Lane of Laco, and Charles Perdew of Henry.

Cost: $5 (children 12 and under admitted free).
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