A rhinoceros hoof humidor or box, circa 1930, the rhinoceros hoof with a hinged mahogany lid, a trophy piece shot by members of the Younger family of Melbourne while on a Kenyan safari, with associated photograph and newspaper article in the 'Herald', 22nd
Large Antique rhinoceros horn, this is a pre 1950 specimen. It has been carbon dated as pre 1956 by the Australian Government Laboratory at Lucas Heights. Appropriate documentation is provided., approx 52 cm tall, 3.6kg
A large old African rhino horn, natural condition, unmounted, outer curvature approximately 52 cm, weight approx 1798gms. Provenance: The estate of World War II RAF Air Commodore Patrick Geraint Jameson, DFC and bar, DSO (N.Z. 1912 - 1996). In the 1970's J
A pair of old rhinoceros horns, from the one animal with section of hide attached. Length approx. 40 cm and 20 cm. Total weight 2.75kgs. Provenance: This pair of horns comes from a rhinoceros shot by Colonel J.H. Wright of the British Army, while in Kenya
A small rhino horn cup, late Qing dynasty carved with a lotus leaf and flowers, the translucent amber-colored horn darkening to black at the base, 6.5 cm high, 11 cm diameter, fitted box. Provenance: Wong Yin Hou, Kowloon early 1980's, (1644-1911)
An African rhinoceros horn. The vendor inherited the Rhino horn from his grandfather who hunted the horn whilst a soldier in Africa during World War two. Weight 2.7kg. The horn is sold with a signed legal affidavit relating to the provenance. Height 50.5 c
Two early 20th century white rhinoceros horns consisting of the front and back horn. Weight 6.5kg & 2.1kg. Height 73 cm (outer Curve). Width 18 cm. Depth 20.5 cm smaller horn. Height 23.5 cm. Width 18 cm. Depth 20.5 cm
An impressive African rhinoceros horn in its natural state. Together with photocopies of original Sudanese Govt. Game Licence issued for safari in 1924. Weight 4.438kg. Please Note: the exporting and importing of rhinoceros horn is subject to strict CITES
An African black rhinoceros horn circa 1947. This horn was harvested in 1947/48 by the vendor's father and is sold with a copy of a black and white photograph taken at the time of harvest. 18 cm - leading edge, 38 cm girth at base, 1,036gms
An African black rhinoceros horn, circa 1947 This horn was harvested in 1947/48 by the vendor's father and is sold with a copy of a black and white photograph taken at the time of harvest. 34 cm - leading edge, 38 cm - girth at base, 1,631 gms.
An early 20th century black rhinoceros head shoulder mount, complete with both horns, some restoration work has been carried out over the whole piece apart from the horns. The front horn is 44 cm on the leading edge and 38 cm around the base, the back horn
An early 20th century rhinoceros horn approximately 21 cm along front edge, 20 cm high, diameter at base 16 cm, weight 1,577gms. Buyers Please note: This Item has been assessed by the Australian Federal Government Department of Wildlife trade Compliance an
An early 20th century rhinoceros horn approximately 58 cm along front edge, 43 cm high, diameter at base 19 cm, weight 3,602gms. Buyers Please note: This Item has been assessed by the Australian Federal Government Department of Wildlife trade Compliance an
A rare African double-rhinoceros horn, pre-1950, from a black rhino, good colour and excellent condition, mounted, weight 3.5kg (approximately). Provenance: Acquired in Africa in the 1940's by the late owner's father and brought to Australia in 1956, when
A polished rhinoceros horn mounted on a simple wooden plinth. 2206gm, 51 cm high. The horn previously belonged to Matthias Walter born 1877, in Hamburg, Germany, who was an employee of the renowned Carl Hagenbeck, founder of the famous zoo 'Tierpark Hagenb
A set of two trophy mounted mid 20th century black rhinoceros horns the front horn having a leading edge of 65 cm and the rear horn having a leading edge of 50 cm, the circumference of the base is 83 cm, the weight of the horns is 5. 2kgs and with the moun
A capacious mid 20th century black rhinoceros horn the horn stands 42 cm high the base circumference is 57 cm and is 22 cm x 15 cm and weighs 4.8kg. It was harvested in Kenya in 1959 and was imported into Australia in 1998
An extraordinary large and rare horn from a white rhinoceros, Collected in Nairobi in 1858 by the vendors great-grandfather in 1858, one side marked in stencil: Hp 30- for Henry Paxton 125 cm long base 20 by 19 cm with very old paper label still attached t
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