An employee of Edward Gerrard & Son's taxidermy firm works on a crocodile: 1951

Henry Grant

An employee of Edward Gerrard & Son's taxidermy firm works on a crocodile: 1951
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An employee of Edward Gerrard & Son's taxidermy firm works on a crocodile. This employee of Edward Gerrard & Son's taxidermy firm is working on a stuffed crocodile. Edward Gerrard Senior founded the business at 61 College Place, Camden. He had been resident taxidermist at the British Museum and was a friend to Charles Darwin. The business, which also supplied specimens to the film industry, worked on a great variety of animals, from flamingos to whales.

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Date
 
1951 AD - 1951 AD
Image Number
 
004130

© Henry Grant Collection/Museum of London

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