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Breeding Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 17 pictures in our Breeding collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Ostrich Farm at Los Angeles, California, 1888. Creator: Unknown
Ostrich Farm at Los Angeles, California, 1888. Creator: Unknown
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A Dog Swap, 1881. Creator: Richard Norris Brooke
A Dog Swap, 1881. Creator: Richard Norris Brooke
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A Famous Arabian Stallion, c1870s, (1944). Creator: Anne Blunt
A Famous Arabian Stallion, c1870s, (1944). Creator: Anne Blunt
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Times Past - A Welch Gentleman going to make a visit, 1830. Creator: William Heath
Times Past - A Welch Gentleman going to make a visit, 1830. Creator: William Heath
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The Salmon Ponds Road, 1901. Creator: Unknown
The Salmon Ponds Road, 1901. Creator: Unknown
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The Salmon Ponds, New Norfolk, 1901. Creator: Unknown
The Salmon Ponds, New Norfolk, 1901. Creator: Unknown
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Razorbill - Al'ca tor'da, c1910, (1910). Artist: George James Rankin
Razorbill - Al'ca tor'da, c1910, (1910). Artist: George James Rankin
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Hermit: winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1867, (1903). Artist: William Summers
Hermit: winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom, 1867, (1903). Artist: William Summers
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The breeding of silk worms, 1775
The breeding of silk worms, 1775
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Merino sheep, c1860
Merino sheep, c1860
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Black Faced Ram, mid 19th century. Artist: William Home Lizars
Black Faced Ram, mid 19th century. Artist: William Home Lizars
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Shorthorn Bull Ironclad, 1875
Shorthorn Bull Ironclad, 1875
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Black Faced Ram, mid 19th century. Artist: William Home Lizars Featured Image

Black Faced Ram, mid 19th century. Artist: William Home Lizars

Black Faced Ram, mid 19th century. The Black-faced or Heath sheep was a hardy breed with good wool and well flavoured meat. It was used in mountainous areas from Lancashire in the south to Fort William in Scotland in the north. In the 19th century there were three large sheep fairs for the breed: Stagshaw Bank in Northumberland, Brough in Westmorland and Linton in Scotland. From Naturalist's Library, edited by William Jardine. (Edinburgh, 1833-1845)

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Auroch, a primitive breed of cattle re-introduced today by selective breeding
Auroch, a primitive breed of cattle re-introduced today by selective breeding
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The Tunspit, 1790
The Tunspit, 1790
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Turnspit dog at work, c1880
Turnspit dog at work, c1880
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Turnspit dog at work in the inn at Newcastle, Carmarthen, Wales, c1800 (1869)
Turnspit dog at work in the inn at Newcastle, Carmarthen, Wales, c1800 (1869)
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Vision of an intellectual family in the 1950s, 1883
Vision of an intellectual family in the 1950s, 1883
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