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Welcome to Raine's Tavern and thank you for shopping my Decoys, Folk Art, Antiques and Collectibles.

I am Art Raine and I sell and buy quality decoys from the Chesapeake Bay, Chincoteague Virginia , Maryland and Virginia's Eastern Shore. Makers such as: Justis,Chesser,Kralic,McIntyre,Piccirillo,Lawson,Birch,Mitchell,Tyler, Ward, Hancock, Hudson,Skees, McNair, Daisey, Smoker Bros.,Cobb,Joiner,Gibson,Gibian and others.

"Decoys are in all original condition. Any issues will be noted in description write-up."

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     August 12, 2010     

"I offer lay-away and payment plans". Certifed by PayPal  " Money back if not satisfied" 
Please contact me. 443-614-6015

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Ronald Justis

Ronald Justis with his Ira Hudson influenced Merganser hen over looking Assateague Island.

OLiver Lawson

Oliver Lawson displays a miniature Goose he made in 1956. This "decorative" carving was made prior to his famous "Duck House, Rumbley, Md." carvings, which Ms. Elizabeth Hall began selling around 1958. This particular Lawson classic was in the collection of the legendary Joseph B. French (1919-2009) collection and is so stamped under bottom. For more info. please go to my decoy page.

Cigar Daisey

"Cigar" Daisey in his shop sharing a Wimbrell shore bird .

My name is Art Raine and I reside on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The actual Raine’s Tavern, better known as McLean house, is in Appomattox, Va. This is where the “war between the states” came to an end. For more history you can visit here.
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Timothy O' Sullivan's 1865 series: the McLean House, formerly the "New " Raine Tavern, with Wilmer McLean's two younger children and two servant girls on the porch. (National Archives)

Grayson Chesser

Grayson Chesser proudly displays his Teal from 1976


"Don't Tread On Me!"

Capt. John Smith

1930's Black Duck by Capt' John Smith of South Point near Ocean City MD. Gunned over Jan. 2010 just a few miles south of South Point.

Ken Hussey of Canada displays his canvas covered Black Duck interpretation of the original made around made about 1858.Ken Hussey Ken Hussey
Ken Hussey's winning hollow

Black Duck from the Ward

World's 2008 Lem and Steve

Ward Contemporary Antique Division.
Wayne Watson

A. Wayne Watson formerly of Chincoteague, VA reunites with a pair of flying mallards he made about 1950 for his good friend Jim Thompson. See page 56 and 57 of Henry Stansbury's 2002 book titled "Ira D. Hudson and Family Chincoteague Carvers".
Goose on the Roof

Goose on the Roof
Visit us at Goose on the Roof Antiques , Route 50, 5 miles West of Salisbury, MD. Go here for directions.

Goose on the Roof Antiques


Black Lab

First Mate, "Chance" ready for action while gunning Diver ducks on Chesapeake Bay.

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James Corbett Reed

The Ward World Championship, 1976
Paul Marshall (left) Lem Ward (center) James Corb Reed (right)

Wildfowl Art Magazine Winter 2010, The Ward Museum



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