Abnorme Moose Rare Trophy from a Noble Estate ca. 1930s
Item e5924

A particular trophy of an abnorme moose (Alces alces) from the palace of Salem in South Germany. It was shot by a member of the lordly family of Baden ca. 1930s, mounted on a wooden plaque. The trophy is in good condition.

Trophies are mementos from the hunted game, which are kept by the huntsmen as a souvenir or decorative item. For many centuries it was a tradition to collect trophies. Nowadays exactly these are becoming more and more popular as decorative highlights in hunting lodges.

This article contains parts of animal origin, which belong to non-endangered and non-threatened animals and follow the US Fish & Wildlife regulations. They are not listed on CITES Appendix I and II. Our international shipping follows all country laws.

Width: 16.54" (42 cm)
Height: 15.35" (39 cm)
Depth: 9.45" (24 cm)
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