Please Know your local & state laws. All
Items offered for sale here are legal to
sell/barter within Washington. Check
your state laws for legality of
specimens within your state. We are not
responsible for knowing your laws.
For scrap fur and leather lots*
Small Pieces- From
Postage Stamp to palm size
Medium Pieces- From
Palm to Hand Size
Large Pieces- From
Hand to Small Dinner Plate
XL Pieces- Dinner
Plate and Larger
are the size object you could cover with
the leather of the piece but not
necessarily in that shape. It could be
long strips or irregular pieces.
#1- Very nice Furs
with no or very minor rubs, slips, mats,
etc. Good leather with no major holes
and/or just a few small holes.
#2-Nice Furs with
some minor rubs, slips or mats etc. good
leather with one or two major holes
and/or several small holes.
Craft Grade- Useable
furs with Useable leather, May have
varying portions of unusable leather
caused by Thin spots, slips, mats,
holes, or rubs. These hides are quite
useable for small to med projects.
Percent of Useable item will be noted in
#1- Hide has no holes
in body of hide, may have holes within
6-8" of the edge. On grain leathers, no
minor grain blemishes.
#2- Hide has one or
more holes in body of hide. Grain
leathers may have minor grain blemishes.
Craft- Hide has
numerous holes, but a lots of useable
leather for smaller projects. Grain
leathers may have major grain blemishes.
#1 - No chews/damage
#2- Slight rodent
chews or chipped or broken tines caused
by the deer.
#3- Chews or Damaged
antler- including freshly broken tines,
broken beams, damaged burrs from saws.
Antler is a brown color to dark grey.
Hard Grey- Antler is
a grey/brown color, no cracking.
Hard White- Antler
has little or no color, may have very
Weathered- Antler is
still useable but has surface cracks and
slight chalky texture. With sanding and
polishing a usable surface can be
revealed or use as is for a rustic look.
Naturally Shed- These
antlers are naturally cast off by the
Cutoffs- Antlers are
cut off of the skull just below the
burr/rosette leaving a small amount of
pedicels attached to the antler. These
antlers are off of legally harvested
Breeder Cut Antlers-
These antlers are cut off of living deer
by breeders to prevent injury to
bucks/bulls housed with other males.
They are cut off ABOVE the burr (Between
the Burr and First Point).