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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by ljones, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. ljones

    ljones 1994 wasco award winner

    back in the mid 1960's when i first got into taxidermy there was an old taxidermist in my town by the name of Billy Sedberry he had been doing taxidermy most of his life he was in his eighties at that time several years later when he died his son gave me some of his tools and stuff anyway these fish eyes were in some of his things his son said he hand made all his fish eyes , they are chipped out of glass jars and hand painted we sure have it a lot easier these days.
  2. michael p.

    michael p. Getting better with age :)

    That is cool!

  3. fishmedic

    fishmedic R.I.P. Alli !

    That is awesome! Thanks for sharing those pictures! ;)
  4. Xiahou

    Xiahou Rocky 6/1/05 - 6/5/08

    a little bit of history there.
    Talk about making do with what you have. Thanks for sharing.
  5. Talk about hard work!!
  6. That's dedication. Cool post.
  7. FishArt

    FishArt Well-Known Member

    I heard that back in the 40's, taxidermists had to walk 10 miles uphill BOTH ways just to get those glass jars!!!

    Pretty cool. Those folks back then REALLY had to think on their feet to come up with creative solutions to everyday problems. We've got it pretty easy...

    DILLWEED www.burkholderswildlifestudio.com

    WOW thats cool thanks for sharing !
  9. ;D ;D ;D,,Neccessity is the mother of invention..lol.... 8) 8)
  10. 458okie

    458okie Jeff "458okie" W.

    Luv it! Awesome! I tip my hat to the old school!
  11. bw

    bw New Member

    Right on.

    I bet he had his share of cuts on those fingertips. That is a cool story.