Beautifully mounted pair of kestrels by Joseph Cullingford of Durham, in typically sparse, museum-style case which was ( along with other contemporary...
Beaitifully mounted Black Winged Kite in a contempoarary- style, all-glass case. The Black Winged ( sometimes also known as Black Shouldered)...
36cm wide x 23 cm deep x 60cm high
A well mounted modern waxwing in winter setting under glass dome.
19cm wide x 32cm high
A beautifully mounted pair of Indian Hemipode Quail, by Rowland Ward, 1911, in a typical. taped, all-glass case and ivorine plaque: "Indian...
26cm wide x 16cm deep x 24cm high
Very nicely mounted Eastern Baillons Crake by Rowland Ward, 1905: In a typical, taped, all-glass case and ivorine plaque," Eastern Baillons Crake,Tan...
22cm wide x 11cm deep x 21cm high
A cased Long Tailed Duck by Rowland Ward c.1900. This is a beautifully mounted specimen, in a typical Ward case and groundwork, of a rare bird; The...
59cm wide x 26cm deep x 49cm high
An excellent Edwardian female sparrowhawk by Rowland Ward, Signed in crayon inside the case and trade label to the back of the case. This has...
33cm wide x 15cm deep x 44cm high
Handsome budgerigar by Edward Gerrard and Sons c.1900; trade label, "Edward Gerrard and Sons, 61 College Place, Camden Town, London to reverse.
21cm wide x 9.5cm deep x 24.5cm high
A very handsome peacock with a good, long tail on Arts and Crafts stand
Good looking modern Magpie.
Beautifully mounted Yellow Crowned Amazon Parrot
A fabulous case of South American birds, including Egrets, hawks and finches, by Rowland Ward c.1900. Typical groundwork and the all glass case...
82cm wide x 36cm deep x 82cm high
A really nice Victorian pair of Manx Shearwaters with a trade label of Bishopp of Oban on the back - these are quite rare seafaring...
63cm wide x 14cm deep x 77cm high
A large and impressive case of golden and silver pheasants by Helstrip of York; there is a trade label on the back. The birds have been beautifully...
104cm wide x 53cm deep x 141cm high.
An extremely well mounted Jay, early 20thC, in a museum style case typical of taxidermists such as Duncan and Cullingford; this case is good enough to...
38cm wide x 19cm deep x 43cm high