Lot 168

An Edwardian taxidermy pike, stuffed and mounted in naturalistic setting within a bow fronted glazed case, hand painted gilt and black title to lower front pane 'Pike 22½. Caught by B. O. Brace. at Wroxham. Jan., 29th, 1930.', black painted frame and case with two hanging loops, 119.5 by 41.5cm high, 13cm deep at narrowest edges, 24cm deep at widest central point, together with a photocard of Mr Brace holding the recently caught pike. (2)
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