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George Bazeley 1871-1958

George Bazeley was a naturalist and taxidermist, he also specialised in fish preserving. His first shop was in Horsemarket, Northampton, he later had premises at 13 Marefair, Northampton. He was trained by his brother William who was also based in Northampton. (See below). (Ref: Frost, C: 1987: A History of British Taxidermy. The Lavenham Press)

HMCMS:Bi2003.14.11 Waxwings, Bombycilla garrulus, 2 specimens, killed at Kingsthorpe, Northamptonshire, 1914, thought to have been prepared by George Bazeley.

Waxwings

Waxwings, Bombycilla garrulus, 2 specimens, killed at Kingsthorpe, Northamptonshire, 1914, thought to have been prepared by George Bazeley.
Accession no HMCMS:Bi2003.14.11