Early Coke Hartebeest Athi Plains (kenya) 1909 flag

Early Coke Hartebeest Athi Plains (kenya) 1909
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"Early Coke Hartebeest Athi Plains (kenya) 1909"
Very early Coke's Hartebeest dated 15 mar. 1909 Athi Plains (Kenya)
This is one hunting trophy of different trophy's ( including a few pairs) of a small collection what is coming from a Scottish estate. Once sold by the famous Rowland ward ltd 16, Piccadilly London James Rowland Ward (1848–1912) was a British taxidermist and founder of the firm Rowland Ward Limited of Piccadilly, London. The company specialized in and was renowned for its taxidermy work on birds and big-game trophies, but it did other types of work as well. In creating many practical items from antlers, feathers, feet, skins, and tusks, the Rowland Ward company made fashionable items from animal parts, such as zebra-hoof inkwells, antler furniture, and elephant-feet umbrella stands . in very good condition, the ear's rim are tiny little bit fritted
Price : 750 €
Period:20th Century
Style:Art Nouveau
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Peau

Reference : 440685
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