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Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm) SOLD (AM) 02

Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
  • Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
  • Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
  • Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
  • Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
  • Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
  • Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
  • Alces sp. (latifrons?) partial antler (300 mm)  SOLD (AM) 02
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Alces sp. (latifrons?) Ancient moose partial antler. Deer fossil surfaced in Hungary, in Pest County, during gravel mining. The dimensions of the antlers are approximately 300 mm in length and the largest diameter of the rose (crown) is 95 mm. The weight of the antler is approximately 1438 grams + packaging. The antlers have a narrow crevice in the stump. The antler surface is preserved with PVB (Mowital).

  • Size: 300 mm x 95 mm

    Weight: 1438 grams

    Site: Hungary, Pest county

    Age: Pleistocene

  • Stock
    Out of stock
    Article No.
    420366
    Weight
    1.438 kg/pcs
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