Natural History Conservation

Natural history specimens are the physical records of earth's life forms and processes which allow us to understand the natural world. They are important assets for us and for the future generations, no matter for educational purposes or in your own collection.   

We provided cleaning, remedial conservation and restoration for natural history specimens.

Please contact us or see Fluid Preservation and Taxidermy Conservation pages for more information.

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Fluid Preservation
Fluid Preservation

Mounting specimen on a piece of glass

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Fluid Preservation
Fluid Preservation
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Taxidermy Preservation
Taxidermy Preservation

Before fur reattachment

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Taxidermy Preservation
Taxidermy Preservation

After fur reattachment

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Fluid Preservation
Fluid Preservation

Specimen before treatment - Fluid content evaporated

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Fluid Preservation
Fluid Preservation

After treatment - Specimen with fluid refilled in the original jar (stolzle oberglas)

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