A very good looking, simple pair of Edwardian Coke's Hartebeest horns on typical "shoulder cut" oak shields by Gerrard and Sons. .
44cm wide x 46cm high
A really lovely study and beautifully done stoat with very pale fur in a well made, lead framed all glass case; I dont think this is...
51cm wide x 21cm deep x19cm high
A fabulous and extremely large waterbuck by Rowland Ward with plaque stating: " Lake Rushwa, Tanganyika, 8th November 1956." It has been particularly...
70cm wide x 65cm deep x 150cm high
A really handsome and very well mounted European Mouflon.
40cm wide x 41cm deep x
A good and strong looking set of Victorian Red Hartebeest Horns on oak shield
33cm wide x 37cm deep x 57cm high
A very fine example of a Southern Roan Antelope. Late Victorian, by Van Ingen and Van Ingen, Mysore India
54cm wide x 59cm deep x 106cm
Fabulous Spanish Ibex on strong oak shield with chunky metal fitting
54cm wide x 65cm deep x 95cm high
A mightily impressive massive pair of Greater Kudu Horns. Probably Edwardian perhaps Victorian; on original oak shield.
77cm wide x 114cm high
A Victorian guinea pig in excellent condition! Guinea pigs were in fact first bought to Europe by traders in the mid to late 16thC when they...
38cm wide x 16cm deep x 27cm high
A shoulder mount of a Thomsons Gazelle - there is a Rowland Ward brass plaque to theback of the shield saying "Kenya, 1977" which would make it one of...
29cm wide x 36cm deep x 68cm high
A late 20thC mount of a Black Wildebeest or White Tailed Gnu.
A beautifully stuffed domestic Rabbit - the taxidermist has done a very good job here!
A very handsopme set of Blackforest roebuck antlers dated August 1951 and inscribed "WeiSenbach, H.C" on the front of the shield,
18cm wide x 31cm gigh
A fine set of Oryx horns mounted by Rowland Ward on typically RW oak shield ( "The Jungle" label is on the reverse of the shield). There is a...
115cm high x 38cm wide