Early 20th century cased taxidermy study of a erythristic Badger


An early 20th century taxidermy study of a erythristic Badger.

The specimen shows signs of the genetic mutation to the pigment within the fur. Resulting in a lack of the usual black stripes and a more reddish sandy-coloured coat.

Mounted within a naturalistic rocky setting.

Case dimensions:-

58cm tall x 76cm wide 41.5cm deep.

Due to the size and fragile nature of the case, collection in person would be advisable. We can quote for hand delivery by courier at your request. Please message us via the contact us form to discuss a quote.

Condition report:-

Showing signs of age, interior mount repainted during its life.

Wear and some loss to one ear.

Green discolouration to chest of specimen.

Case in good condition with no breaks, or cracks.

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