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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.

Left 1; Light Ckrl. 1933 Dairy Supreme Champ & 1934 cover of Feathered World Yearbook for John A Dewar
Left 2;. Light Hen. Winner at 1936 Crystal Palace for Henry Underwood.
Left 3; Light Cock. Regular winner for French & Meikle in the 1930s.
Middle 1; Light Trio. Winner Breeding pen for Ian Arkford of Sterling Poultry Products.
Middle 2; Light Sussex Pullet. A winner from the 1930s
Middle 3; Light Hen. Best in Show at Essex County plus many other for French & Meikle of Dartford.
Right 1; Light Cockerel, a winner for M Green in the 1930s
Right 2; Light Pullet. Winner at Kettering in 1939 for H Underwood & Son of Eldridge, Kent
Right 3; Light Cockerel. 1933 Dairy Supreme Champion for J A Dewar.

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Light Sussex Montage reduced

Left 1; Light Ckrl. 1933 Dairy Supreme Champ & 1934 cover of Feathered World Yearbook for John A Dewar
Left 2;. Light Hen. Winner at 1936 Crystal Palace for Henry Underwood.
Left 3; Light Cock. Regular winner for French & Meikle in the 1930s.
Middle 1; Light Trio. Winner Breeding pen for Ian Arkford of Sterling Poultry Products.
Middle 2; Light Sussex Pullet. A winner from the 1930s
Middle 3; Light Hen. Best in Show at Essex County plus many other for French & Meikle of Dartford.
Right 1; Light Cockerel, a winner for M Green in the 1930s
Right 2; Light Pullet. Winner at Kettering in 1939 for H Underwood & Son of Eldridge, Kent
Right 3; Light Cockerel. 1933 Dairy Supreme Champion for J A Dewar.