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A Taxidermy Case of a Black Grouse by Peter Spicer
England, circa 1900

An exceptional taxidermy case of two black grouse by Peter Spicer.

Spicer was based in Leamington Spa during the Victorian era and early 20th century. Spicer's cases are known for their characteristic painted backdrops and realistic bases made from papier-mâché, dried vegetation, and real pebbles. In addition to taxidermy, Spicer dealt in sporting trophies and catalogues of the annual trophy winners.

Height 62.00cm (24.41 inches)
Width 74.00cm (29.13 inches)
Depth 35.00cm (13.78 inches)