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Images Dated 20th October 2007

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ancients, animals, antiquities, antiquity, architectural, architectural exterior Featured 20 Oct 2007 Print

ancients, animals, antiquities, antiquity, architectural, architectural exterior

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Shorthorn Bull Ironclad, 1875 Featured 20 Oct 2007 Print

Shorthorn Bull Ironclad, 1875

Shorthorn Bull Ironclad, 1875. Bred by Lord Polworth, Ironclad was champion male shorthorn at the Royal Agricultural Show at Windsor. The Shorthorn is an English breed of cattle with a recorded history back to the 18th century. Originally a dual purpose, dairy and beef, animal, by the early 1800s two separate strains were being developed. From Modern Practical Farriery by J William Miles. (London, 1875)

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Total solar eclipse, 1851 (1857) Featured 20 Oct 2007 Print

Total solar eclipse, 1851 (1857)

Total solar eclipse, 1851 (1857). Bue Island, Norway, 28 July 1851, at the end of totality, with light just beginning to return. Edinburgh Observatory sent an expedition to the island to make observations of the eclipse. From Astronomical Observations made at the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh. (Edinburgh, 1857)

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