A pair of antique Black Forest chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) trophies on wooden plaques with brown staining. Originating from the stately home of Palace Salem in South Germany. Shot by members of the family of Margrave Maximilian of Baden. With handwritten inscription on the scull featuring date and place of the hunt as well as the family crest. Germany 1930s.
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: 4.72" (12 cm)
Height: 9.06" (23 cm)
Depth: 8.66" (22 cm)