This pattern shows a flying drake Mallard duck, with or without a signature beneath the bird. The reverse side of the coddler is plain white.
The writing beneath the bird is probably the signature of the artist. It is very difficult to make out what that signature is, even with a magnifying glass. It appears to be two words (or names), the first starting with the letter L and the second starting with the letter S and ending in the letters ioul.
If you have example of any of the "flying bird" patterns ( Bobwhite, Canada Goose, Mallard, or Pheasant ), with a clear signature (or clear portions of the signature), please contact us ... we'd like to try to decipher the signatures.
|Type 4B||Standard||Signature beneath the bird.||AC-02|
|Type 4C||Standard||Signature beneath the bird.||RJ|
|Type 4 (?)||Standard||No signature beneath bird.||BB|
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