Standing

Brian trying to lure the escaped Jackalope South Minneapolis Sunday night May 31, 1992, An escaped Jackalope from our trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota in the 1951 Studebaker Champion.Snapshot: 6"x4"
Jackalope ca. 1992 This legendary cross between a jackrabbit and antelope is unlike any other such creature. He is the source of much good humor and the subject of many tall tales. Western Souvenirs Inc Rapid City, SD 6"x4"
The Western Jackalope Among the rarest of hunter's trophies is the timid Jackalope. The nocturnal, antlered, long-eared mammal has keen senses of both hearing and smell and is said to be attracted to alcohol. To lure this fine, 4-point, male specimen to within range of his camera the photographer used a blend of bourbon, beer and baloney. Plastichrome by Colourpicture Boston, Mass Rushmore Photo Inc Rapid City, S Dakota 4"x6"
Western Jackalope Among the rarest of hunter's trophies is the timid Jackalope. The nocturnal, antlered, long-eared mammal has keen senses of both hearing and smell and is said to be attracted to alcohol. To lure this fine, 4-point, male specimen to within range of his camera the photographer used a blend of bourbon, beer and baloney. Plastichrome by Colourpicture Boston, Mass Dist by George Mc Company Salt Lake City, Utah 4"x6"
Western Jackalope ca. 1992 Among the rarest of hunter's trophies is the timid Jackalope. The nocturnal, antlered, long-eared mammal has keen senses of both hearing and smell and is said to be attracted to alcohol. To lure this fine, 4-point, male specimen to within range of his camera the photographer used a blend of bourbon, beer and baloney. Elite Prints Rushmore Photo Inc 1990 Rapid City, South Dakota 4"x6"
Western Jackalope ca. 1992 Among the rarest of hunter's trophies is the timid Jackalope. The nocturnal, antlered, long-eared mammal has keen senses of both hearing and smell and is said to be attracted to alcohol. To lure this fine, 4-point, male specimen to within range of his camera the photographer used a blend of bourbon, beer and baloney. Plastichrome Wall Drug Store Wall, South Dakota Printed in Ireland 3.5"x5.5"
Western Jackalope ca. 1993 Among the rarest of hunter's trophies is the timid Jackalope. The nocturnal, antlered, long-eared mammal has keen senses of both hearing and smell and is said to be attracted to alcohol. To lure this fine, 4-point, male specimen to within range of his camera the photographer used a blend of bourbon, beer and baloney. Mountain West Prints 1992 Photo John Hilde Curteich Inc 4"x6"
Western Jackalope Photo Don Moffet A John Hinde Curteich Product Printed in Ireland 6"x4"