A Set of Large Marco Polo Argali (Ovis ammon polli) Horns from the Himalayas. Mounted on a shield. The species of argali sheep named after Marco Polo.
Guarenteed All Natural Bone And Horn . There are no repairs or alterations of any kind.
This specimen was not hunted. Natural kill most probably by their natural predator the Snow Leopard.
I have had it professionally cleaned and treated by a licensed taxidermist.
This fine Mountain sheep was first reported to western science by Marco Polo approximately 700 years ago and as a result carries his name.
It also carries perhaps natures finest horns which are deeply wrinkled.
Circumference at base: Right Horn-18 1/4 inches Left Horn--18 inches
Distance between horn tips: 28 inches
Length of Right Horn--43 inches
Length of Left Horn--41 1/2 inches