Homage is being paid to the hunting souvenirs in a new way
It would appear that mankind has gradually succeeded in turning the most dangerous animals on this planet into the most endangered ones. Not, however, at Nymphenburg, where homage is being paid to the “Big Five” in a new way. The kings of the animal world include such prominent designs as Peter Anton von Verschaffelt’s rhinoceros (dating from 1770) and a majestic stag created from a model by August Göhring from the 1940s. In an age that places great emphasis on the protection of animal species, you are free to establish new values when collecting hunting souvenirs. The menagerie of politically correct trophies includes classics such as the elephant and rhinoceros, as well as the wild pig, the stag and the cat.