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Natural History & Taxidermy Sale: 10 Lots to Watch

9th November 2023. By Robbie Bright


Taxidermy: A Cased Eurasian Bittern (Botaurus stellaris), 1860-1942, by James Hutchings, Taxidermist's, Aberystwyth, Wales

Estimate: £600-800




Taxidermy: A Cased European Badger (Meles meles), circa pre-1904, by Peter Spicer, Taxidermist, Leamington

Estimate: £3,000-4,000




Taxidermy: Indian Leopard Skin Rug (Panthera pardus fusca), circa 1937, by Shadi Tula & Sons, Taxidermist's, Mohalla Ambertalab, Roorkee, Upper Pradesh, Northern India

Estimate: £1,200-1,800




Taxidermy: A Wall Cased Eurasian Bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula), dated 2023, by A.J. Armitstead, Taxidermist & Naturalist, Darlington, Co Durham

Estimate: £250-350




Taxidermy: A Cased Northern Pike (Esox lucius), dated 1953, by John Cooper & Sons, 28 Radnor Street, St Luke's, London, EC, (Griggs)

Estimate: £800-1,200




Taxidermy: An Edwardian South American Tropical Bird Room Screen, circa 1901-1910,

Estimate: £1,500-2,500




Taxidermy: A Cased Little Grey Kiwi (Apteryx owenii), dated 1862, attributed to Henry Ward, 1812-1878, Late Williams, 2 Vere Street, Oxford Street, London

Estimate: £3,500-4,500




Taxidermy: A Late Victorian Display of South American Tropical Birds, circa 1870-1900

Estimate: £2,000-3,000




Taxidermy: European Red Fox Cub (Vulpes vulpes), modern, by Brian Lancaster, Taxidermy, Bedale, Nth Yks

Estimate: £180-280



Antler Furniture: A Late 19th Century Austro-German Antler Mounted Overmantel Mirror, circa 1900

Estimate: £1,000-1,500

Robbie Bright

Robbie Bright

Natural History and Taxidermy Specialist, General Valuer & Auctioneer

+ 44 (0) 1969 623780

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