- Antler left in target. Smith, Richard P. // Bowhunter;Jun/Jul97, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p90
Describes how Rock Young of Marquette, Michigan was able to collect shed whitetail antlers through a three-dimensional foam target. Feeding of deer during winter; Recovery of an antler in the target.
- Bad laws: PA's shed antlers. Holt, Dave // Bowhunter;Aug/Sep98, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p27
Reports on a undated Pennsylvania law which made the collection of shed antlers illegal, with reference to the revoking of a similar law in Nebraska, by the Nebraska Bowhunters Association and other concerned citizens. Details on the concerns being expressed by several readers on the law; What...
- PA Hunters Can Keep Sheds. // Bowhunter;May/Jun2002, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p25
Reports the legislation on possession of shed antlers of deer and elk of bowhunters in Pennsylvania. Legalization of the possession of deer and elk antlers shed through natural causes or by accident; Dedication for bowhunters to enjoy shed hunting.
- Walking With The Horn Hunter. Collins, Jim // Yankee;May2000, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p78
Profiles Albert Ladd, a member of the Maine Antler & Skull Trophy Club. Collection of more than 55 moose antlers from November 1999 to February 2000; Preference for hunting for shed antlers over other hunting activities; Mooses' annual shedding of antlers.
- How I Found a 'Priest'. Hepworth, Alan // Treasure Hunting;Oct2015, p35
The article discusses the author's treasure hunt experiences in the East Anglian arable field in England which highlights his discovery of the antler priest artefact using a Rapier II metal detector.
- HORNY DEVIL. // Ralph;Jul2007, p30
The article focuses on horn displays of German Prince Franz Joseph of Thurn and Taxis. Back in 1949, the German prince collected a 2000 pairs of deer antlers and antelope horns and stuck them on the walls of his castle.
- Tine-savers. Butler, Paul; Butler, Marya // Outdoor Life;Feb97, Vol. 199 Issue 2, p44
Presents three quick and easy projects one can make with whitetail, mule deer or elk antlers. Book rack; Bull Buckle; Bone shakers.
- Sneaking collectibles into the house. Rinker, Harry L. // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Nov94, Vol. 99 Issue 9, p10
Discusses the behavior of collectors. Need for sneakiness; Inventiveness of collectors; Safest approaches; Characteristics of an off-limits room; Reason for collecting small items.
- We collect what we know and ignore the rest. Rinker, Harry L. // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;May96, Vol. 101 Issue 3, p20
Offers suggestions for collecting valuable items. Importance of the Billy and Ruth catalog; Criteria for collecting; Value of generic objects.