Do you really think your the first one to ever think of that. And do you really think that advice is sound?Stuffer said:Sell the plaques and throw the deer in for free..
Quick question. Lets say a taxidermist bought a cape on Ebay from out of state, and using reproduction antlers, made a mount for the purpose of selling..would it require a permit at all?WCO said:There are three conditions only one needs to be met. Condition from condition three on including subsections deal with a taxidermist selling unclaimed mounts. Conditions one and two are for non taxidermist people.
WCO rwj, do you agree?Paul C said:147.146. Sale of inedible wildlife parts.
(a) Wildlife lawfully taken within this Commonwealth that has been mounted, tanned or completely prepared for study or display in accordance with generally accepted taxidermy procedures may be sold if one of the following conditions is met:
The law covers only wildlife taken within the Commonwealth. Taken outside PA and imported legally and mounted you should have no problem---be sure to retain all documentation though.
Keep in mind that just because you "bought it on Ebay" does NOT mean that it is legal. For example, it is illegal for ANYONE in North Carolina to sell ANY wildlife or wildlife parts. I see lots of NC capes for sale on Ebay.....go figure!