A beautifully mounted Victorian fox in large glazed case - this is the best fox I have ever bought; both the animal itself and the groundwork are...
106cm wide x 40cm deep x 65cm high
An exceptional pair of Barn Owls by Hutchings of Aberystwyth cased and with groundwork typical of this taxidermist's work. 45cm wide x 20cm...
A really good example and beautifully stuffed Martial eagle - a large sub-Saharan African Eagle
70cm wide x 65cm high
A beautifully mounted pair of Victorian nightingales.
28cm wide x 14cm x 34cm
A good example of Slavonian Grebe in naturalistic setting.
35cm wide x 19cm deep x 28cm
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 really good pair of Buzzards, with prey, amongst heather, with oil painted canvas Highland loch background. c.1890
86cm wide x 30cm deep x 86cm high
A beautifully and realistically mounted Ferruginous Duck, a small, uncommon Eurasian duck of the Pochard family. It is also called a Fudge duck by...
30cm high x 24cm from beak to tip of tail x 18cm width of base
A very good case of Victorian Indian birds including some British Birds ( A Jay and Green Woodpecker) The Indian Birds include a Grey Hornbill and...
88cm wide x 43cm deep x 102cm high
An unusual Magellan goose (Chloephaga picta) in an all perspex, museum style case on wooden base. The Magellan goose is a species of South...
56cm wide x 56cm deep x 59cm high
A really handsome shoulder mount of a Bontebok; A large southern African antelope found in South Africa and Lesotho.
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.
Late 20thC Stuffed Warthog - what a handsome brute!
135cm wide x 40cm deep x 94cm high
A beautifully stuffed domestic Rabbit - the taxidermist has done a very good job here!