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Artefact Shrike Hood from China Shrike Hood from China
Artefact Silk and silver embroidered falconry glove, Southern Germany, circa. 1670 Silk and silver embroidered falconry glove, Southern Germany, circa. 1670
Artefact Silkwork picture of a young falconer, probably Italian, late 18th century Silkwork picture of a young falconer, probably Italian, late 18th century
Artefact Silver and Gold Czech coins in commemoration of falconry as cultural heritage Silver and Gold Czech coins in commemoration of falconry as cultural heritage
Artefact Silver bulgars. Front-Uralia, Russia. Silver bulgars. Front-Uralia, Russia.
Artefact Silver bulgars. Front-Uralia, Russia. Part 2 Silver bulgars. Front-Uralia, Russia. Part 2
Link Silver cover for address with greetings
Artefact Silver cover for address with greetings Silver cover for address with greetings
Artefact Silver Scoop by Yuri Rapoport of the House of Fabergé made in 1891 Silver Scoop by Yuri Rapoport of the House of Fabergé made in 1891
Link Simran Singh Khalsa with a Hawk
Artefact Sint Bavo - Kerknet Sint Bavo - Kerknet
Link Sir David Attenborough with Kestrel on falconers glove
Link Sir Kenneth Crossley and the Combermer Abbey at war
Link Sir Thomas Coningsby George Gower (c.1540–1596) (attributed to) at National Portrait Gallery, Lond
Artefact Sir Thomas Lane (d.1715), of Bentley, with a Falcon by Sir Godrey Kneller - about 1680 Sir Thomas Lane (d.1715), of Bentley, with a Falcon by Sir Godrey Kneller - about 1680.
Book Sir Thomas Monson, Falconer to King James 1 History of rediscovery of the portrait ofSir Thomas Monson - well-known British falconer
Book Sketch on Konstantin Petrovich Galler (1845-1888) Sketch on Konstantin Petrovich Galler (1845-1888)
Book Slechtvalk by Frans Hoppenbrouwers - historical roman Slechtvalk by Frans Hoppenbrouwers
Artefact Small lady falconer in Sanssouci Schloss/Park Small lady falconer in Sanssouci Schloss/Park
Book Sokol - ptitsa tsarskaya (Falcon- Tsar's bird) In the book of Professor O.Gundogdyev it's telling about falconry in the Turkmens, on the hunting birds of prey species, religious cults, connected with imaginations of the Turkmens and their ancestor