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Freezer Clean Out: Frozen Green Pelts

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Daedric.oak, May 25, 2021.

  1. Daedric.oak

    Daedric.oak Member

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    Freezer clean out time! Dumped everything out of the freezer and went through them. I'll list everything by species. It would be hella amazing if you lived near VT state and could do local pickup, but if not you'll have to add shipping costs.

    All are case skinned for life size unless stated otherwise. Some have leg bones still in, some don't

    Green (raw) pelts:

    Red Fox:
    #1 - old female fox, broken front leg, missing tail. Would make a good cape - $20
    #2 - roadkill fox picked up fresh. Face ripped, but otherwise complete - $20
    #3 - big beautiful male fox. Slightly rubbed tail - $30
    #4 - [updates coming tomorrow]
    #5 - [updates coming tomorrow]

    Raccoons:
    Adult raccoons:
    #1 - smaller, but pretty - $15
    #2 - [updates coming tomorrow]
    Baby raccoons:
    #1 - cute and small, but some holes in the hide -$20
    #2 - SOLD
    #3 - SOLD
    #4 - another cutie $30
    #5 - small slip in stomach -$20

    Opposums:
    So many.. not going to list them individually, but in two different categories
    - SOLD
    - 2nd quality. Good hides but may have some small issues like an incomplete tail - $20 each
    - 3rd quality. Good for scraps - $10 each

    Coyote:
    #1 - SOLD P/P

    White Tailed Deer:
    #1 - SOLD
    #2 - doe cape, already prepped (ears turned, lips split, etc) -$45

    Beaver:
    #1 - small case skinned beaver - $30

    Rabbits:
    #1 SOLD

    Holstein Calves:
    #1 - SOLD
    #2 - CAPE, all black face - $125

    Squirrels:
    Flying squirrel - $30
    Red squirrel - $15

    Thank you,
    Andrew
    (802)-851-7448
    [email protected]
     

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    Last edited: Jun 3, 2021
  2. Annib

    Annib New Member

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    Where in VT are you? I'm spending the summer in Maine.