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Large Moose or Elk Antlers

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Category
Reference
27145
Height
87 cm (34 1/4")
Width
105 cm (41 1/4")
Depth
41 cm (16 1/4")
Vintage Taxidermy, Moose Antlers, Palmate Antlers.
Pair of 18 point moose antlers, Elk antlers, with skull cap, mounted onto a pitch pine shield.

Moose are part of the deer family and are the largest member and fittingly have the largest set of antlers too. Moose antlers are paired and shaped like a hand with the fingers out stretched, also known as palmate antlers. The antlers grow in the spring from the males skull and are covered in a protective 'velvet', they are full formed by around September with the velvet having been shed. During mid-November and March the moose will typically lose their antlers. Currently most moose are found in Alaska, Canada, New England, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Latvia, Estonia and Russia.
Height
87 cm (34 1/4")
Width
105 cm (41 1/4")
Depth
41 cm (16 1/4")
Condition
Very good
Year
C. 1950
Medium
Taxidermy
Country
Sweden