|Dimensions||26 × 20 × 20 in|
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
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