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Victorian taxidermist "Thomas Salkeld"


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  • 4 weeks later...

Have a look at this site.There is a pair of snipe with young that is attributed to Salkeld that sold for approx £1500 recently.

 

http://www.taxidermy4cash.com/murray.html

After reading that I'm pretty sure mine are salkeld, got a few thing by him but never really researched it. But I think I might now ;)

Cheers ant

TC

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SALKELD, Thomas, residing and carrying on business as a TAXIDERMIST at Old Hall, Over Kellet, near Carnforth in the county of Lancaster, lately carrying on a similar business at Hall Garth, Over Kellet, and formerly residing and carrying on business in partnership with another as TAXIDERMISTS at 2, Station Buildings, Carnforth all in the said county. Court—PRESTON. No. of Matter—25 of 1963. Date of First Meeting—1st Nov., 1963. 11 a.m. Place—The Official Receiver's Office, 186, Deansgate, Manchester, 3. Date of Public Examination—17th Jan., 1964. 10.30 a.m. Place—The Sessions Hall, Lancaster (Road, Preston. 

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SOLD Decorative early 20th century cased display of a Budgerigar by the north-west taxidermist Thomas Salkeld of Over Kellet, Carnforth. An attractively...

 

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