Why do you say old, because the coronets are dragging down the side a bit? I think that could be due to the malform nature of the antler growth. I wouldn't be surprised if it was a malform spiker, aged 2 or 3 with a homonal deficiency or that simply just as deformed coronets from a defect.
Have you got the jaw with the teeth to look at?
Yeh Dalkur a right odd one. Do you think maybe he sustained an injury early on in life possibily.?
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He's been out of velvet for quite a while.
Looks a very old buck going back to me.
What a beaut ! Plenty of people would pay very good money to shoot an unusual head like that ! Definately boil it out and prepare it as a 'trophy' !
did it speak klingon?
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That will make a great trophy!! I would be interested to see it prepared?
Dalkur, Shot one similar a couple of years ago in Oxfordshire. It had a small palmation between antlers and the antlers were way short of the length of its ears. It had very worn teeth so assumed it was and old one.