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Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm) SOLD MS 01

Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm)  SOLD MS 01
  • Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm)  SOLD MS 01
  • Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm)  SOLD MS 01
  • Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm)  SOLD MS 01
  • Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm)  SOLD MS 01
  • Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm)  SOLD MS 01
  • Megaloceros giganteus partial antler (281 mm)  SOLD MS 01
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Megalocerous giganteus (giant deer) is a fragment of a partial ant. The remains of the agancs were excavated in Hungary during Pest County mining. The flea size is about 281 mm long and the largest diameter of the agate (crown) is 88 mm. Aggregate weight approx. 996 grams + pack. The longitudinal direction of the flea is a large crack. The surface of the antler is preserved with PVB (Mowital).

  • Size: Lenght: 281 mm

    Weight: 996 grams

    Site: Hungary, Pest county

    Age: Pleistocene

  • Stock
    Out of stock
    Article No.
    296994
    Weight
    996 g/pcs
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