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Museum of Everything ♯ 3 has an incredible collection of Walter Potter’s work… I love boxers and wanted to share the series of boxing vermin, but the best I can offer are the fencing squirrels.

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Morbid Anatomy: Seeking Pieces from Victorian Anthropomorphic Taxidermist Walter Potter's Now Divided "Museum of Curiosities"

Walter Potter's "Monkey Riding a Goat", c.1870s. The monkey was acquired after he robbed a fruit stand in Shoreham, and was doused with a bucket of cold water. The shock killed him.The goat, on the other hand, was extremely aggressive, and was “put to an end”

Monkey Riding a Goat (with Spot in foreground, cir. just one of the many examples of the curious works of Walter Potter an English Taxidermist known for his anthropomorphic dioramas.

Walter Potter Taxidermy

Walter Potter Taxidermy

Walter Potter's Weirdly Wonderful Works - slideshow: http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/2014/04/walter-potter-taxidermy-photos

Walter Potter’s Wonderfully Twisted Vintage Taxidermy

Victorian-Era Stuffed Rabbits and Squirrels of ‘Walter Potter’s Curious World of Taxidermy’ - During the reign of Queen Victoria. From 1837 to (Via Blue Rider Press)

Walter Potter's anthropomorphic taxidermy.

Walter Potter was a nineteenth century English taxidermist noted for his anthropomorphic dioramas featuring stuffed animals mimicking human life.

It does not get any better or any weirder than Walter Potter's taxidermy art.

It does not get any better or any weirder than Walter Potter's taxidermy art.

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Anthropomorphic Rabbit Taxidermy Class with Divya Anantharaman

Pet preservation, taxidermy rat.

Pet preservation, taxidermy rat.

Walter Potter's Museum of Curiosities | ... and back covers of Walter Potter and his Museum of Curious Taxidermy

Front and back covers of Walter Potter and his Museum of Curious Taxidermy.

The Insane Victorian Taxidermy Of Walter Potter

The Insane Victorian Taxidermy Of Walter Potter

Detail from Walter Potter's 'The Guinea Pig's Cricket match', late 19th century. Morbid taxidermy tableaux.

The weird and wonderful world of Walter Potter

Walter Potter was a strange man, but I like his dioramas

Completed in “The Kitten Wedding” was Walter Potter’s last large work

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