- The Old School House
- Peddars Lane
- NR34 9UE
- United Kingdom
Three taxidermy finches, Goldfinch, Greenfinch and a Bullfinch, all individually mounted on their own plinth set branch
A taxidermy woodcock mounted onto a wooden base
A taxidermy Marsh Tit with a Longtail Tit and a Great Tit, all individually mounted on their own plinth set branch
A taxidermy Golden Plover mounted on wooden plinth
A taxidermy Teal (male) mounted on a wooden plinth
A taxidermy Yellow Hammer with a brambling and a Siskin, all individually mounted on their own plinth set branch
A taxidermy Water Rail mounted on wooden plinth and rustic base
A taxidermy Red Grouse mounted on a naturalistic base
A taxidermy Shoveler (male) duck mounted on its wooden base
A taxidermy Pintail (male) duck mounted on its naturalistic base
A taxidermy Golden Eye duck mounted on its wooden base
A taxidermy Ptarmigan mounted on a naturalistic base
A taxidermy Cuckoo being fed by a Hedge Sparrow mounted on base
A taxidermy stoat mounted on its naturalistic branch setting
A taxidermy Red Squirrel mounted eating a nut, on wooden plinth
A taxidermy Wigeon duck mounted on a wooden plinth
A taxidermy Blackbird with a Song Thrush example, both mounted on their individual bases
A taxidermy Kingfisher mounted on a naturalistic branch
A vintage taxidermy leopards head and neck mounted onto a wooden shield (as found)
A taxidermy 'otter paw' by Gunn of Norwich mounted on oak shield, plaque states 'The Curzon' Bobbery Pack 17-1-1938, trade label in place
A taxidermy 'Lazen Teal' duck mounted on wooden plinth with a glossy starling also mounted on base
A taxidermy Nightingale mounted for wall hanging on wooden plinth
A pair of mounted antelope horns on wooden shield with plaque marked 'Lichtensteins Hartebeest', back of shield has cut-out R.W. (Rowland Ward)
A cased taxidermy brown trout within naturalistic setting, case approx 9 1/2" x 22"
A taxidermy White-Naped crane chick with a Sarus crane chick in oak case with plaques dated 1972 and 1973, bred by Christopher Marler, Weston Unde...
A taxidermy display of British birds including a woodcock and snipe, cased within naturalistic setting, 18 1/2" x 24 3/4"
A fine modern example of a taxidermy male Gadwall duck, cased within naturalistic setting, approx 17" x 22"
A rare taxidermy Great Grey Shrike mounted on a branch with impaled prey under a fine vintage dome with black plinth base
A Victorian taxidermy display of ten exotic birds within a naturalistic setting, all housed under a period glass dome on wooden plinth, approx 19"...
A taxidermy Snowy owl (Nyctea Scandiaca) cased within naturalistic setting with its prey, a very fine example (complete with correct paperwork), 2...
An early 20th Century lined tiger skin with its head (N.B. please be aware, this lot is as found)
A taxidermy jay mounted on a wooden base and plinth
A taxidermy fox mounted in seated position (rear of right ear seam open)
A taxidermy fox mounted in seated position (N.B. faded, as found)
A cased display of four taxidermy birds including a magpie and stock dove, within naturalistic setting, case 18" x 31"
A cased taxidermy otter mounted within naturalistic setting with trade label for H R Bennett, Norwich in bottom left corner, case 28 1/2" x 36 1/4"
A specimen young Northern pike mounted on glass plate within liquid filled sealed glass cylinder, which is marked 'Esox Lucius'
A mahogany framed vintage display case, glazed front and sides, approx 22 1/2" x 33" x 11", ideal for a taxidermy display
Four various walking sticks including a deers foot example and a ''herd crook' with carved horn top marked 'Bolebeg' and 'Christopher Marler'
A Victorian walking stick with carved dogs head top with spring loaded jaw, glass eyes and carved 'bone' ears, complete with ornate silver collar,...
A cast metal stick stand of small proportions on a 'shooting' theme
A box of various volumes on aspects of shooting and firearms including gun dog training etc
A box of various volumes on fishing including The Badminton Library 'Fishing' (pike and coarse fish) 1909
Three early 19th Century comic sporting prints depicting 'London sportsmen', all framed and glazed
A set of four framed antique 'pot lids' depicting game birds
A Lee mould with handles .450"/294gn., a Lyman mould .58" (Minie), an L.E.M. ball mould .437" together with a brass .44 mould and a pair of R.C.B....