Early 20th.c. Cased Taxidermy Displays Of Birds

Collection of three cased taxidermy displays of birds.
Single barn owl in a small case. Modelled and painted backgound with grasses and ferns. Excellent restored condition.
Extraordinary Edwardian era cased display of a large buzzard c.1910. Beautifully arranged with its wings spread presented as attacking a partridge. Against a modelled and painted background with grasses and ferns. Original case with a small paper label on the reverse for Henry Shaw of Shewsbury. Excellent restored condition.
Large cased display featuring a male and female goosander. Presented on a modelled and painted base with shells and seaweed. Excellent restored condition.


Dimensions: owl – width 12″, depth 8″, height 17″. Buzzard – width 30″, depth 14″, height 32″. Goosander – width 38″, depth 12″, height 27″.
Year: Early 20th.c.
Price: £1215 for the three or separately as priced above.
Stock Number: 31024-6