An Indian Hunting Trophy

An Indian Hunting Trophy, 1876. A 'work of art', a taxidermised depiction of a tiger attacking a tame Indian elephant...'The "Indian Trophy", [consists] of an elephant and tiger, preserved and arranged in a lifelike fighting group by Messrs. James Rowland Ward and Co., of 158, Piccadilly...In the design of this group Mr. Heywood Hardy, the well-known painter of animals, was consulted by Mr. J. R. Ward'. Edward VII and Edward VIII both shot tigers in India. Tigers are now an endangered species. From "Illustrated London News", 1876. Creator: Unknown. (Photo by The Print Collector/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
An Indian Hunting Trophy, 1876. A 'work of art', a taxidermised depiction of a tiger attacking a tame Indian elephant...'The "Indian Trophy", [consists] of an elephant and tiger, preserved and arranged in a lifelike fighting group by Messrs. James Rowland Ward and Co., of 158, Piccadilly...In the design of this group Mr. Heywood Hardy, the well-known painter of animals, was consulted by Mr. J. R. Ward'. Edward VII and Edward VIII both shot tigers in India. Tigers are now an endangered species. From "Illustrated London News", 1876. Creator: Unknown. (Photo by The Print Collector/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
An Indian Hunting Trophy
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Hulton Archive
Date created:
01 January, 1876
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