Old hunting trophies have become collectable and cherished home décor. Not everybody, however, is happy with dusty, moth-eaten remains of a forebearer's big-game hunt. Hemingway did his utmost to empty the Caribbean of marlins. Modern fishing fleets are doing the rest. Given the greatly reduced populations of large marlins, it's preferable to make trophies of tin in small series. Fun home décor, this steel nosed rocket predator is guaranteed to stand the test of time. Mounted on a mahogany backboard with hand-painted trophy specs.
28.5 x 15 x 22.5"