Edward Gerrard & Sons was a taxidermy firm founded and run by the Gerrard family in Camden, London. The company also made anatomical models and dealt in the sale of artefacts. The company was founded by Edward Gerrard, who was an employee of the British Museum's zoological as an attendant. The business originally ran from the family home, 54 Queen's Street, Camden, and later at a yard behind 61 College Place. They were initially known for their taxidermy of large game animals, but by the late 1800s, they were producing more small mounts which included some exotic animals.
Corporate body · 1853-c.1966