I recently came from the Bouckville antique show in NY where I had purchased a Circa 1940's Deer Head. As a taxidermist at antique shows, I normally don't give old deer head mounts a second glance unless there is one that is B&C worthy. This one caught my eye for various reasons. The ears were uniformly shaped with full ear butts and appeared as good as earliners on deer mounted today, with no drumming. It appeared to me the cartilage was removed because of the overall thinness of the ears. Secondly, the eye detail musculature detail particularly the overall symmetry was far better than any commercial head I've seen. The mount also incorporated the full shoulder look although much smaller in proportion to todays forms. The mount did not support a panel, but stamped in ink on the backboard read: Wm A. Biedermann Taxidermist Aldan, PA. Does anyone have information on this Taxidermist? It appears he has had museum training or taxidermy apprenticeship based on the quality of this mount.