TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s
TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s
TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s
TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s
TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s
TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s
TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s
TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s

TAXIDERMY by REMI H. SANTENS - PHOTOS EARLY 1900s

Item #248

Five early 1900s photos of taxidermy, three of which are identified as being mounted by famed Taxidermist, Remi H. Santens, who worked for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. They are:

7" x 9" in total with the image measuring 4.75" x 6.5." Description on verso reads "Mounted through dissection. Mounted by Remi H. Santens. Canis occidentalis (Gray Wolf). For Albert R. Huidekofer, Meadville, PA., April 27, 1903."

7" x 9" in total with the image measuring 4.75" x 6.5." Description on verso reads "Mounted by Remi H. Santens. Choloepus Hoffmanni (Hoffman's Sloth) for Cleveland High School, Cleveland, O., August 1902.

7" x 9" in total with the image measuring 4.75" x 6.5." Description on verso reads "Caraboo. Mounted by Remi H. Santen, for the U.S. Government. Mr. Joseph Hittinger, War Dept., St. Louis World Fair, Feb. 1904."

8" x 10" in total with the image measuring 4.75" x 6.5." Unidentified. Chimpanzee.

7" x 8" in total with the image measuring 3.5" x 5." Unidentified. Monkey.

These were found together and remain in overall good condition.

Price: $495.00

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