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Mr. J.W. Ludlow's Pair of BLACK FRIZZLED FOWLS, 3rd Prize in "Any Variety" Class at Oxford, 1872 by CASSELL'S CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS) -  1890. - from oldimprints.com and Biblio.com

Mr. J.W. Ludlow's Pair of BLACK FRIZZLED FOWLS, 3rd Prize in "Any Variety" Class at Oxford, 1872

by CASSELL'S CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS)

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London.: Cassell.. 1890.. Chromolithograph, image size approximately 7 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches on sheet 10 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Cropped left edge, a few light spots in outer margins, overall very good condtion. Single plate from "The Illustrated Book of Poultry", published in 1890 by Cassell & Co. Striking image of prize poultry. The information beneath the image includes the owner's name and, in many cases, information on prizes won. The rich coloring of the chromolithography by Vincent Brooks Day & Son makes the antique poultry prints from this series particularly attractive. .
  • Bookseller: oldimprints.com US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 50280
  • Title: Mr. J.W. Ludlow's Pair of BLACK FRIZZLED FOWLS, 3rd Prize in "Any Variety" Class at Oxford, 1872
  • Author: CASSELL'S CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Cassell.
  • Place: London.
  • Date published: 1890.
  • Keywords: chickens, Chromolithographs, poultry, print, zzprintg
  • Bookseller catalogs: Natural History - Poultry;

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