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Australorp Montage

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australorp-montage

Arthur Rice Historical & Period Photographs.

We are delighted to offer reproductions from the original glass plates and photographs taken during the early 1900’s by Arthur Rice.

Most of these are of winners, inc. Dairy and Palace exhibitions during the 1920/30s.

We have produced an A3 montage of some of the most popular breeds printed in sepia format. Each montage depicts between 7 to 12 of the best of that breed available with bird identification where possible.

These photographs show how these breeds were in that period of time. Some have progressed, but sadly some have not.

These photographs are not just historical, they are heritage.

You can purchase a frame at the same time as ordering or can have them supplied without for you to choose your own.

Collection can be arranged.

Description

Australorp.
Left 1; Large Black female. Winner at Tottenham for Lady Burke.
Left 2; Large Black female, excellent bird from the 1930s.
Left 3; Black Bantam Female, winner in 1931 for Roy Corner. Possibly the earliest photograph of a Australorp miniature.
Middle L1; Large female. 1931 Dairy Club Show Champion, ‘Quill Trophy’ winner for Best Utility bird for Tom Clarkson.
Middle L2; Large female. Unbeaten during 1939 inc. Royal Counties, Cornwall, Gt Yorkshire, Lincs County for Tom Clarkson.
Middle R1; Best Cockerel at 1933 Palace Club Show for Geoffrey Hazel. His dam laid 209 eggs in 48 weeks at Laying Trials.
Middle R2; Large Black pullet, 1933 Dairy winner for Mr Herbert Beilby of Billericay.
Right 1; Large Black cock. ‘ The Ratter’. Winner at York for Mr H Rance. This cock killed 5 rats in one day.
Right 2; Large Black male. Winner at Tring in 1927 for Lady Burke of Henley-on-Thames.
Right 3; Australorp Bantam Black Cock from the 1930s.

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