Ross McKenney - Streamers of Bert Quimby

Ross McKenney

Ross McKenney

Tyer: Lindsey Grandison
Head: Black
Tail: Narrow sections of married red and white duck wing feather, above which is a short golden pheasant crest feather, all curving upward
Body: Medium flat silver tinsel, built up toward the head
Rib: Fine oval silver tinsel
Throat: Small bunch of white hackle fibers, medium length
Wing: Four dyed duck bread feathers, 1/3 as long as the wing and dress and dressed on wing.
Horns: Single fiber from the Blue Macaw tail, 2/3 as long as wing
Cheek: Jungle Cock
Notes: Bates suggested that the Ross McKenney, the Dana, and the Bonbright were all the same pattern. Leonard and Smedley seem to show the Ross McKenney as similar, but not quite the same, not mentioning some details such as the horns.

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