Taxidermy: Red Deer (Cervus elaphus)

Item Lot Number: 16

Taxidermy: Red Deer (Cervus elaphus), Graythwaite Hall, Killed by G.O.Sandys, October 09th 1920, Bleaberry Fell, Weight 23 stone 7lbs, in the manner of Peter Spicer, shoulder mount with head turning to the left, 10 points (5+5), right antler 70cm, left antler 66cm measured straight, widest span 64cm, from the wall 76cm, height 126cm, with ivorine plaque to shield as above (af)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £320
Condition Report:
split to nose area, split to left eye socket, splits to underside of the mouth area both sides, open stitched seem to back of the neck area, 18/01/18 Rob