23rd July 2021 10:30 GMT/BST

Natural History

 
  Lot 83
 

83

Taxidermy: A Large Cased Bateleur Eagle (Terathopius ecaudatus), circa 2004, by Peter...

Taxidermy: A Large Cased Bateleur Eagle (Terathopius ecaudatus), circa 2004, by Peter Farrington, Taxidermy, Wilmslow, Cheshire, a full mount captive bred adult, perched atop a cut tree stump, above gritted groundwork beneath, a pair of falconers bells around each ankle attached with leather straps, enclosed beneath a large lead-framed five-glass table display case, raised upon an ebonised base, 37cm 29.5cm by 75.5cm, part of the Peter Farrington collection

Not Sold
Estimated at £1,000 - £1,500


 

. Acquired September 6th 2004, dead specimen, from David Bassant, Gauntlet Birds of Prey, Knutsford, Cheshire. Stuffed and mounted by Peter Farrington September 2004.

Auction: Natural History, 23rd July 2021

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