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    Taxidermy shouldermount of Fallow Buck

    Fallow Deer (Cervus dama dama), shoulder mount, 19 points, right antler 74.5cm, left antler 72.5cm, tip to tip 72.5cm
    400 pounds, as its so large and relativley fragile i think the buyer is best picking it up or we could make some arrangments to meet up (extra charge for this)
    Please note this head is also for sale elswhere and could be sold
    Head is located in North Yorkshire
    Many Thanks
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    Is it a cross between a red deer and a fallow deer ? Because its Latin name suggest this ! Bazil

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    Hi it's me again (bazil) I'd like to take this opportunity to say sorry if I caused offence about the cross bred deer I was in a funny place in my mind as I was then waiting to go out stalking which I was rewarded with a very nice muntjac buck so again I apologise mr Trufflehunter cheers bazil

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    Try the bay ,saw on salvage hunters that that were well sort after in theme pubs and restaurants fetching good money
    ​norma

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    ttt
    Humans are pre wired with fight or flight response
    Great Grandad fought, Grandad fought.
    For the sake of my Grandchild I wish for Less Flight responses entering Europe

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