James Jordan Buck
Score: 206 1/8"
Location: Wisconsin, Burnett Co.
Item #: 9143
FORMER WORLD RECORD TYPICAL! Harvested in 1914, along the Yellow River, near Danbury Wisconsin, it was lost to the antler world for 48 years, until it mysteriously showed up at a garage sale in Sandstone, MN, in 1958. Eventually it was declared the new world typical record in 1971 and reigned until surpassed by the Milo Hansen buck, and the Jordan buck did it as a 5 x 5. What makes the Jordan Buck so great, is that for being so big and massive, it does not have one abnormal point, not one! There is only 3 2/8" difference from side to side. The ultimate typical antler!