JUST TROPHIES !?

Trophies are not the most important thing with hunting, but of course they play a significant role as memorabilia for most hunters. I collected some pictures of trophies found in different places in Germany and Austria.

Trophies are part of our living

Red Stag

Jagdhaus/ Hunting Lodge in der Eifel.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Record Trophy of Hungarian Red Stag in a private Hunting Lodge. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Collection of Red Stag Trophies in the showroom of the Müller Schiesszentrum Ulm, MSZU. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Collection of Red Stag Trophies in the showroom of the Müller Schiesszentrum Ulm, MSZU. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Red Stag Trophy from the Eifel. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Wild Boar

Trophies of Wild Boars in a Hunting Lodge/Jagdhaus in der Eifel.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Trophies of Wild Boars in a Hunting Lodge/Jagdhaus in der Eifel.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Trophies of Wild Boars in a Hunting Lodge/Jagdhaus in der Eifel.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Trophy of a Keiler (Wild Boar) with a Juch Hammer Double Rifle.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Trophy of a Keiler (Wild Boar) with a Juch Hammer Double Rifle.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Preparation of a Keiler Head.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Preparation of a Keiler outside a Hunting Lodge/Jagdhaus in der Eifel.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Wild boar preparations in the showroom of the Müller Schiesszentrum Ulm, MSZU. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Chamois

Painted Chamois on the wall of an Austrian Inn. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Chamois trophy on a wooden head in Austria.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Preparation of a Chamois in the showroom of the Müller Schiesszentrum Ulm, MSZU. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Something special: Common Ravens (Corvus corax) on a fallen Chamois. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Roebuck

Collection of RoebuckTrophies in the showroom of the Müller Schiesszentrum Ulm, MSZU. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Collection of Roebuck Trophies. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Collection of Roebuck Trophies in an old Austrian Inn. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Special place: Roebuck Trophies in an old Austrian Inn. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Old Roebuck trophy on a wooden head in Austria.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Old Roebuck trophy on a wooden head in Austria.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Fallow Deer

Head and shoulder preparation of a Fallow Stag in a Jagdhaus/ Hunting Lodge in der Eifel.©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Muflon

Muflon Trophies in an Austrian Inn. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

 

Muflon Ram in an Austrian Inn. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Muflon Ram in an Austrian Inn. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

More exotic game

Wisent

A Wisent bull preparation in a Hunting Castle in Germany. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Lion

A stuffed Lion stands in the showroom of the Müller Schiesszentrum Ulm, MSZU. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Buffalo

Head preparation of a Buffalo. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Stuffed game stand in the showroom of the Müller Schiesszentrum Ulm, MSZU. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

Jewellery made from small trophies

Ring made of silver and “Grandeln” (deer canine of Jeweler Hans-Peter Moser from Idar-Oberstein. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
Rings made from Gold and “Grandeln” (deer canine) by Jeweler Hans-Peter Moser from Idar-Oberstein. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
A Pendant from Gold, Jaspis and a Bear claw by Jeweler Hans-Peter Moser from Idar-Oberstein. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch
A Heart Pendant from Silver and “Grandeln” (deer canine), made by Jeweler Hans-Peter Moser from Idar-Oberstein. ©Hunting-Heritage/Wolfgang von Brauchitsch

What’s your favorite trophy? Send me a picture – I will post it here!

 

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