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About Us HERITAGE 1093 A TRADITION OF FINE ART

Blending impressive artwork and quality craftsmanship, Heritage 1093 offers high-end, unique décor in the form of canvas prints, both gallery-wrapped and framed. With a 40 year history in fine art publishing, we pride ourselves on printing and hand-crafting the highest quality décor products right here at home in the U.S.A. In addition, we partner with America’s most talented artists, many of whom spend years studying their specific subjects and unique perspectives, in order to bring you creative and unique and timeless pieces that are sure to enhance any decorative space. We invite you to learn more about the Heritage 1093 team, our products, artists, and our history at www.h1093.com.

Product Information Each piece shown within this catalog is printed on museumquality, matte canvas, coated for protection from ultra-violet light, and then stretched and wrapped around 2” wooden stretcher bars. Standard, available sizes for each piece are shown throughout the catalog. Larger, custom sizes are available upon request. In addition, any piece within this collection can be framed with our 3” designer molding (black, brown, or white). Please contact us or visit our website at www.h1093.com for more information.

Terms of Sale LOW MINIMUMS: Opening order: 6 pieces Re-orders: 6 pieces PAYMENT: Initial orders open with credit card- Amex, Visa, MC, and Discover.

About the Photographer Richard Reynolds Veteran professional photographer Richard Reynolds has conquered limitations of conventional photography by combining cutting-edge computer programs to create stunning giant floral images in his studio. Problems encountered in the field such as wind, rain, and inconsistent lighting have been eliminated as well as the technical limitations imposed by optical physics such as depth of field issues. Reynolds has captured a wide variety of floral subjects, many grown in his own garden in Austin, Texas. Richard has been the sole photographer of a cookbook, 10 books of landscape and nature photography, and cophotographer of two others.

Net 30 terms may be available for re-orders with approved credit. A credit sheet with bank information and three trade references is required for establishment of terms. FREIGHT: All orders ship FOB Fulshear, TX, 77441. Orders will ship via UPS or FedEx prepaid and charges for this services will be added to the invoice. Customers are welcome to specify their own carrier and have the shipping charges billed directly to his/her carrier. A standard $5.00 box fee will be added to each shipment. CANCELLATIONS: Order cancellations must be received in writing 10 days prior to the scheduled ship date. Orders for immediate shipment may not be cancelled. Orders shipped prior to notification of cancellation are buyer’s responsibility. CUSTOMER SERVICE: Shipping errors and/or damages must be reported within 7 days of the customer’s receipt of goods for credit or product replacement. CONTACT INFORMATION: Heritage 1093 PO Box 869 29370 McKinnon Rd. Fulshear, TX 77441

Phone: 800-444-2540 Fax: 866-742-2908 Email: sales@h1093.com Web: www.h1093.com


Softball Item# SP001 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Girls 2 Balls Item# SP002 16” x 16” 36” x 36”

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Billiards 1 Item# SP003 10” x 16” 22.5” x 36”

Golf Balls Item# SP004 12.75” x 16” 28.75” x 36” 2


Football BW 1 Item# SP005 13.75” x 16” 31” x 36”

Tennis Ball Item# SP006 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 3


Billiards 2 Item# SP007 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Pewter Billiards Item# SP008 44.5” x 16”

Soccer Ball Item# SP022 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 4


Football BW 2 Item# SP009 13.75” x 16” 31” x 36”

Golf Ball Item# SP010 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 5


Cue Ball Item# SP011 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Yellow 1 Item# SP012 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 6


Blue 2 Item# SP013 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Red 3 Item# SP014 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 7


Purple 4 Item# SP026 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Orange 5 Item# SP015 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 8


Green 6 Item# SP016 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Burgundy 7 Item# SP025 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 9


Eight Ball Item# SP017 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Yellow 9 Item# SP018 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 10


Blue 10 Item# SP019 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Red 11 Item# SP024 12” x 16” 27” x 36” 11


Purple 12 Item# SP023 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

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Orange 13 Item# SP027 12” x 16” 27” x 36”


Green 14 Item# SP020 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

Burgundy 15 Item# SP021 12” x 16” 27” x 36”

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~ Decoys ~

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About Us HERITAGE 1093 A TRADITION OF FINE ART

Blending impressive artwork and quality craftsmanship, Heritage 1093 offers high-end, unique décor in the form of canvas prints, both gallery-wrapped and framed. With a 40 year history in fine art publishing, we pride ourselves on printing and hand-crafting the highest quality décor products right here at home in the U.S.A. In addition, we partner with America’s most talented artists, many of whom spend years studying their specific subjects and unique perspectives, in order to bring you creative and unique and timeless pieces that are sure to enhance any decorative space. We invite you to learn more about the Heritage 1093 team, our products, artists, and our history at www.h1093.com.

Product Information Each piece shown within this catalog is printed on museumquality, matte canvas, coated for protection from ultra-violet light, and then stretched and wrapped around 2” wooden stretcher bars. Standard, available sizes for each piece are shown throughout the catalog. Larger, custom sizes are available upon request. In addition, any piece within this collection can be framed with our 3” designer molding (black, brown, or white). Please contact us or visit our website at www.h1093.com for more information.

Terms of Sale LOW MINIMUMS: Opening order: 6 pieces Re-orders: 6 pieces PAYMENT: Initial orders open with credit card- Amex, Visa, MC, and Discover.

About the Curator Robert Shaw Robert Shaw was curator at the Shelburne (VT) Museum from 19811994, where he worked with that institution’s world-renowned collections of bird decoys and American folk art, and he has curated exhibitions of decoys at such major American museums as the National Gallery of Art, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and the Dallas Museum of Natural History. He also has keynoted two symposia on decoys organized by Sotheby’s; contributed to numerous books and exhibition catalogs, including The Great Book of Wildfowl Decoys.

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Net 30 terms may be available for re-orders with approved credit. A credit sheet with bank information and three trade references is required for establishment of terms. FREIGHT: All orders ship FOB Fulshear, TX, 77441. Orders will ship via UPS or FedEx prepaid and charges for this services will be added to the invoice. Customers are welcome to specify their own carrier and have the shipping charges billed directly to his/her carrier. A standard $5.00 box fee will be added to each shipment. CANCELLATIONS: Order cancellations must be received in writing 10 days prior to the scheduled ship date. Orders for immediate shipment may not be cancelled. Orders shipped prior to notification of cancellation are buyer’s responsibility. CUSTOMER SERVICE: Shipping errors and/or damages must be reported within 7 days of the customer’s receipt of goods for credit or product replacement. CONTACT INFORMATION: Heritage 1093 PO Box 869 29370 McKinnon Rd. Fulshear, TX 77441

Phone: 800-444-2540 Fax: 866-742-2908 Email: sales@h1093.com Web: www.h1093.com


Decoys are hunters’ tools, used to lure wild birds within gunning range.

Bachman Merganser Item# DEC001 9” x 16” 20.25” x 36” Red-breasted merganser drake decoy by Captain Edwin Backman of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, c. 1900. Collection of Gary and Dale Guyette. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)

Charles Birch Swan Item# DEC002 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Hollow-bodied swan decoy by Charles Birch of Willis Wharf, Virginia, c. 1920. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

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Holmes RB Merganser Item# DEC003 10” x 16” 22.5” x 36” Red-breasted merganser hen decoy by Lothrop Turner Holmes of Kingston, Massachusetts, c. 1870. Private collection. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)

Laing Black Item# DEC004 10” x 16” 22.5” x 36”

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Black duck decoy with turned head by Albert Davids Laing of New York, New York, c. 1850. Private collection. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)


Laing Swan Item# DEC005 10” x 16” 22.5” x 36” Sleeping swan decoy by Albert Davids Laing of New York, New York, c. 1850. Private collection. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)

Lincoln Wood Duck Item# DEC006 10” x 16” 22.5” x 36” Wood duck drake decoy by Joseph Whiting Lincoln of Accord, Massachusettes. c. 1910. Private collection. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)

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Long Island Terns Item# DEC007 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Least tern decoys by an unknown maker from Long Island, New York, c. 1880. Private collection. Photo courtesy Dick McIntyre, Collectable Old Decoys, Seabrook, South Carolina.

Safford Right Profile Item# DEC008 10” x 16” 22.5” x 36” Sleeping Canada goose decoy by Charles Augustus Safford. Plum Island, Newburyport, Massachusetts. c. 1910. Colection of Cap and Paige Vinal. 20


Caines Mallards Item# DEC009 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Mallard decoys attributed to Hucks Caines of Georgetown, South Carolina, c. 1910. Private collection. Photo courtesy of Dick McIntyre, Collectable Old Decoys, Seabrook, South Carolina.

Cockey Swan Item# DEC010 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Solid-bodied trumpeter swan decoy by John Cockey of Kent Island, Maryland, c. 1880. Private collection. Photo courtesy of Dick McIntyre, Collectable Old Decoys, Seabrook, South Carolina.

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Ira Hudson Hooded Merganser Pair Item# DEC011 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Pair of hooded merganser decoys by Ira Hudson of Chincoteague, Virginia, c. 1910. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

Nantucket Eskimo Curlews Item# DEC012 16” x 16” 36” x 36” Pair of Eskimo curlew decoys by an unknown maker from Nantucket, Massachusetts, c. 1875. Private collection. Photo courtesy Dick McIntyre, Collectable Old Decoys, Seabrook, South Carolina. 22


NC Canvas Swan Item# DEC013 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Swan decoy with canvas-over-wooden-frame body, by an unknown maker from Manns Harbor, North Carolina, c. 1910. Private collection. Photo courtesy Dick McIntyre, Collectable Old Decoys, Seabrook, South Carolina.

Phillips Rig Item# DEC014 18” x 16” 40” x 36” Shorebird decoys by an unknown maker, probably from northeastern Massachusetts, c. 1890. Private collection. Photo courtesy Dick McIntyre, Collectable Old Decoys, Seabrook, South Carolina. 23


Stevens Pintail Pair Item# DEC015 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Pair of pintail decoys by George Stevens of Weedsport, New York, c. 1894. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

Ward Wigeon Item# DEC016 9” x 16” 21” x 36”

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Wigeon drake decoy by the Ward Brothers of Crisfield, Maryland, c. 1930.Private collection. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)


Gelston Whimbrel Item# DEC017 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Whimbrel decoy with turned head attributed to Thomas Gelston of Bay Ridge, New York, c. 1890. Private collection. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)

Stevens Blue-winged Teal Item# DEC018 9” x 16” 20.25” x 36” Blue-winged teal hen decoy by Harvey Stevens of Weedsport, New York, c. 1880. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

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Wilson Merganser Item# DEC019 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Back-preening red-breasted merganser drake decoy by Augustus Aaron Wilson of South Portland, Maine, c. 1910. Private collection. Photograph courtesy Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. (www.guyetteandschmidt.com)

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Janson Pintails Item# DEC020 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Pair of Pintail decoys by Richard Janson of Sonoma Creek, California, c. 1930. Collection of Micah Brosnan.


DEC021 Verity Shorebird Trio Item# DEC021 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Trio of shorebirds attributed to members of the Verity family of Seaford, Long Island, New York, c. 1880 (left and center) and 1920 (right). Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

DEC022 Shourds Long-tailed Duck Item# DEC022 12” x 16” 27” x 36” Long-tailed duck drake decoy by Harry Vinuckson Shourds of Tuckerton, New Jersey, c. 1900. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

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Rogers Rig Turnstone Item# DEC023 10.5” x 16” 24” x 36” Ruddy turnstone decoy by an unknown carver from Jamaica Bay, Long Island, New York, c. 1880. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

Dawson Merganser 2 Item# DEC024 9.5” x 16” 21.5” x 36”

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American merganser drake by John Dawson of Florence, New Jersey, c. 1920. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.


Cobb Brant Item# DEC025 6” x 16” 13.5” x 36” Brant decoy by Nathan Cobb, Jr. of Cobb island, Virginia, c. 1870. Collection of Dr. Peter J. Muller.

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