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Edmund Kopp Buck

Edmund Kopp Buck

This is perhaps the most famous example of a palmated antler, the Edmund Kopp buck. From near Amaranth, Manitoba, the buck was finally harvested in 1998, by farmer Edmund Kopp. He was out tending to his herd of cows, when he spotted the deer. Broadly palmated tines look more like paddles than tines. The deep colors, especially in the bases is distinctive of its Canadian origins. Sheds to the Edmund Kopp Buck can be found in the Antlers By Klaus Shed collection, item # 0278


Consider adding Taxidermy and Habitat…

Mount your prize on the wall and relive the memories of the hunt.

Shoulder Mount Right

One of the larger types of trophy mounts, the shoulder mount is often considered the most popular style of deer mount. It is made when the head is connected to a full neck and into the shoulder area.
(do not order if purchasing with Skull)

Shoulder Mount Left

(do not order if purchasing with Skull)

Whitetail Cape

If you would rather we provide the cape, choose this option.

Pedestal with Habitat

Running out of wall space? An option you may want to consider is a Pedestal Mount. We have several choices, from an Autumn Scene, a Pine Scene, and a Grasses Scene

Additional Features

If you would like a plaque, choose an option here.

Please Note:  Pricing shown for Finished Reproduction Only.  Please call our studio at (715) 246-5882 to discuss adding a European (Skull) Mount, Shoulder Mount, Pedestal, or other Taxidermy Options to your order. 

All items are custom crafted following the receipt of your order.  As each Antlers by Klaus reproduction is hand cast and meticulously finished and painted, the process (on average) takes 4-6 months (sometimes more) to deliver.  We promise your Reproduction will be worth the wait.  Thank you!

Weight 15 lbs
Dimensions 26 × 20 × 20 in





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