Sable Antelope (Britains Zoo 945)
From The Brighton Toy and Model Index
Sable Antelope (Britains Zoo 945)Sable Antelope,
Hippotragus niger (i)
|Arch Three , Area 44 |
The Zoo (display)
A painted hollowcast lead Sable Antelope, from the Britains Zoo range, probably pre-war, catalogue number 945.
- " The sable antelope is a majestic one because of its long, sharp black horns. It is black and white painted. It is standing on its four slim legs. "
1940 catalogue description
- " This creature is the handsomest member of the Antelope family, but not quite the largest, being exceeded by the Roan Antelope. It is only found in Africa. "