This decoy by Leonard Pryor (1876-1967) of Chesapeake City, MD, is what Evans McKinney called Pryor's Type 2--that is to say that this model has the neck shelf under the head and a broader (less sleek) body. See McKinney's book (Decoys of the Susquehanna Flats and Their Makers) for pictures of both Type 1 and Type 2 Pryor decoys. This particular example is from the large rig of John Schaeffer (also of Chesapeake City) and has been repainted by Severn Hall who was the caretaker for Schaeffer's rig. The decoy was probably made in the 1920's and repainted in the 1930's.
Please look carefully at ALL photos of the decoys. We try very hard to describe accurately the physical appearance (including any blemishes) of the decoys we sell. Still, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase after you receive it, you may return it for a full refund (less fees if you paid by credit card) as long as the decoy is returned within two weeks in the same condition that it was in when shipped to you. You are responsible for shipping costs for returns.