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Artefact The Falconer signed 'L. Pilet.' (on the base) and inscribed FO-B-Z 460 (on the base) The Falconer signed 'L. Pilet.' (on the base) and inscribed FO-B-Z 460 (on the base)
Artefact The Falconer signed by Marcel Debut (1865-1938). The Falconer signed by Marcel Debut (1865-1938).
Artefact The Falconer Statue in Lauenstein, Germany, February 2015 The Falconer Statue in Lauenstein, Germany, February 2015
Artefact The falconer with a Mongolian sight hound is on the left The falconer with a Mongolian sight hound is on the left
Artefact The falconer with American Kestrel by Fatima Ronquillo The falconer with American Kestrel by Fatima Ronquillo
Artefact The Falconer with red saddle, 1927 - Henri Emilien Rousseau (French, 1875–1933) The Falconer with red saddle La Fauconnier à la selle rouge , 1927 - Henri Emilien Rousseau (French, 1875–1933)
Artefact The Falconer [Fauconnier] by Belgian artist Gustave Flasschoen (1868-1940) The Falconer [Fauconnier] by Belgian artist Gustave Flasschoen (1868-1940)
Artefact The Falconer [Le Fauconnier] (c. 1880) by Henri-Léopold Lévy (1840-1904) The Falconer [Le Fauconnier] (c. 1880) by Henri-Léopold Lévy (1840-1904)
Artefact The Falconer [Le Fauconnier] by Paul Edouard Delabriere (1829-1912) The Falconer [Le Fauconnier] by Paul Edouard Delabriere (1829-1912)
Book The falconer's Apprentice by William C.Oakes The falconer's Apprentice by William C.Oakes
Link The Falconer's Glove
Artefact The Falconer, 1647 by Dutch artist Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680) made in 1647 The Falconer, 1647 by Dutch artist Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680) made in 1647
Link The Falconer, c.1836 - George Frederick Watts
Artefact The Falconer, c.1836 by George Frederick Watts The Falconer, c.1836 by George Frederick Watts
Link The Falconer, Central Park, N.Y, from Robert N. Dennis collection of stereoscopic views
Link The Falconer: Sport of Kings
Artefact The Falconers by Alberto Pasini (1826-1899) The Falconers by Alberto Pasini (1826-1899)
Link The Falconers by R.Herve from The Orientalist Collection
Book The Falconers of Valkenswaard and Hawking at the Royal Courts In the 18th century, royalty and the aristocracy of Europe were passionate about falconry, thus giving rise to an extensive trade in falcons. The capture of falcons became subject to a licensing syste
Artefact The Falconry Boy by German sculptor Ernst Paul Hinckeldey (1893-1953) made in 1939 The Falconry Boy by German sculptor Ernst Paul Hinckeldey (1893-1953) made in 1939

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