Dan Kidney Duck Skiff

by Joe
(Weyauwega, WI. USA)

I have a Dan Kidney duck skiff (1910-20s) that I haven't used in 50 yrs. (garage stored).

Is there a buyer's market for such a craft in great condition?

I would like to sell it to someone who appreciates a quality skiff.





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Duck Skiff
by: Tom

Joe,

If you look at the pictures in the Dan Kidney Catalogue.
The Ribs are 6 inches apart.
If you look at your skiff they are a lot farther apart.
It might be a Clark or Lewis skiff from the same area.
They built similar skiffs. It is still a nice piece of history who ever made it.

Tom

Dan Kidney Skiff
by: Joe

Tom,

Thank you for your comments.

The old duck hunter (now deceased) who sold me the skiff 65 yrs. ago said it was a Dan Kidney skiff.

I have not looked for the Dan Kidney brass plate since the skiff has always been painted.

Joe

Duck Skiff
by: Tom

Hi Joe,
Did some research on the skiff.

A friend of mine has a Dan Kidney catalog.

I sent him pictures of your skiff.

He remarked that he does not think your think your skiff is Dan Kidney but built by another boat builder that made similar boats in Wisconsin.

Dan Kidney Skiff
by: Joe

The skiff is available and I am taking bids on it. If you are interested in placing a bid or need further information, please contact me at:

no.willowgreenexpansion@gmail.com

Thank you,


kidney skiff
by: jason

Do you still have it? What was the value?

Dan Kidney
by: Tom

Sent you a email.

Tom

Dan Kidney Duck Skiff
by: Anonymous

The Dan Kidney duck skiff is "For Sale" and I am open to bids.

It is currently stored in our garage in Weyauwega, Wisconsin.

For further information, please contact me at: no.willowgreenexpansion@gmail.com

Thank you!

Dan Kidney
by: Anonymous

Is this boat for sale?

Thanks Tom


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