20 - 21 September 2004
A CASED STUFFED TROUT
CAUGHT IN 1882
With a seperate painted plaque inscribed 'Trout weighing 2 lbs. 4 oz. killed with a fly by Mr Henry Clark of Edgcumbe in the Tamar above Horsebridge, 25 May 1882' and labelled to the inside 'Preserved by J.Cooper, 28 Radnor Street, St. Luke, London E.C.'
20½ in. (52 cm.) wide
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This Natural History specimen is illustrated on the hall table (Lot 820), in an oil by Lady Ela Russell, dated 1896.
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