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A Victorian ornithological / Animalia, diorama, taxidermy, figure group, late 19th century, including Owls, Eagles, duck and various taxidermy, subjects housed in glass display case. Height 75 cm. Width 93 cm. Depth 30 cm
A Victorian ornithological / Animalia, diorama, taxidermy, figure group, late 19th century, including Owls, duck and various taxidermy subjects, housed in glass display case. Height 72 cm. Width 95 cm. Depth 26 cm
An antique bird diorama in a glass case, 19th to early 20th century, comprising approximately thirty Australian bird species including a lyrebird pair, frogmouth, various parrots, wading birds and others posed naturalistically upon branches in a mahogany f
A large multiple panel glazed tall ship diorama on stand, dated 1889, together with a photograph of the maker Mr. Crawford, 2nd prize winner at the Mechanics Institute, Hamilton, August 1889, 210 cm high, 138 cm wide, 45 cm deep
A cased diorama of humming birds and butterflies. From the Mosquito Coast (Nicaraguu/Honduras). The 15 humming birds perched on sticks with a leaf background bordered by various butterflies. Height 58 cm. Width 34 cm. Provenance: Teutenberg family
A detailed bird diorama, under a glass dome labelled 'Preserved by / J. Cooper / 28 Radnor Street / St Lukes' early 20th century the specimens presented in a naturalistic surround, 65 cm high. Provenance: Estate of the late Ian David Cooper, Victoria.
Two oval Dioramas, late 19th century one depicting four birds on rocky outcrop with painted landscape behind, the second of two water fowl with lake scene backdrop, both with glass mounts and timber frames 48 x 88 cm
Automaton of a Tug-of-war Competition, circa 1910, clockwork, in the form of a diorama showing two three-man teams of articulated crouching wooden figures performing a forward and backward tug-of-war action, with three standing figures to the centre, one s
Two Victorian cased ornothological dioramas circa 1860, naturalistically mounted on foliated branches, one containing eight specimens and the other containing nine specimens, both with original glass domes each. Height 38 cm.
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