We're excited to have just acquired a large taxidermy collection from my home state of Michigan. Because we're so picky about the mounts we offer, there are countless hours spent searching all over the country for taxidermy pieces that meet our criteria. We have to pass on almost all of the collections that are offered, so it's gratifying when all the pieces come together and we are able find a collection of this caliber. This is definitely one of those, just over a hundred pieces of high quality, like new mounts. It includes a good selection of species including African and North American animals, plus many of the exotic sheep and deer. We are really pleased with the small mounts of beavers, bobcat, lynx and foxes. There are a couple outstanding wolves, caribou and moose. The taxidermists went out of their way to create some unique, life-like poses. The owner was as passionate about the taxidermy as we are and has a good eye for quality and we can assure our client that his prized wildlife art will find good homes. If I can find the room, several pieces just may make there way to mine. We'll be starting the listing process shortly and these new items will be showing up in our taxidermy collections over the next few weeks.
In the meantime, feel free to call us at 828.448.5082 or send us an email if you have any questions about any of our upcoming taxidermy collections. As always, we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee and free shipping on all our mounts. Check back often, we add new pieces daily.
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