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Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm) SOLD (CM) 04

Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm)  SOLD (CM) 04
  • Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm)  SOLD (CM) 04
  • Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm)  SOLD (CM) 04
  • Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm)  SOLD (CM) 04
  • Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm)  SOLD (CM) 04
  • Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm)  SOLD (CM) 04
  • Alces sp. partial antler (182 mm)  SOLD (CM) 04
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Alces sp. (ancient moose) remains of a partial antelope. The deer fossil came to the surface in the Pest county of Hungary during gravel mining. The antlers are 182 mm long. The rose (crown) of an agate has a maximum diameter of 65 mm. The weight of the antler is about 429 grams + pack. The surface of the antler is preserved with PVB (Mowital).

  • Size: 182 mm

    Weight: 429 grams

    Site: Hungary, Pest county

    Age: Pleistocene

  • Stock
    Out of stock
    Article No.
    889681
    Weight
    429 g/pcs
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