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Artefacts - 20th Century (621 to 640 of 1133)

Artefact Coalport `The Falconer` figurine, height 29cm. Coalport `The Falconer` figurine, height 29cm.
Artefact Bibliography of Japanese falconry literature at Kumamoto University. 223-302 under section 042 (weap Bibliography of Japanese falconry literature at Kumamoto University. 223-302 under section 042 (weapon employed and function 武器の有職故実) are all falconry related literature.
Artefact Lady Falconer. Model number 870a, Selb-Plossberg factory, designed by Meisel in 1936. Lady Falconer. Model number 870a, Selb-Plossberg factory, designed by Meisel in 1936.
Artefact Lady Falconer Model number 870d, Selb-Plossberg factory, designed by Meisel in 1936. Size: H 7.75" Lady Falconer. Model number 870d, Selb-Plossberg factory, designed by Meisel in 1936. Size: H 7.75". This model made in 1957.
Artefact Hindustan jade eagle falconer armrest, a tribute from Mughal Empire to Qing dynasty China. Hindustan jade eagle falconer armrest, a tribute from Mughal Empire to Qing dynasty China.
Link Falconry Glove – from a Group of Falconry Accessories in Leather Embroidered in Gold and Silver Si
Link A stamp printed in Mahra State shows Persian Miniature, series, circa 1967
Link Hawking in the Gulf states made 1 January 1965
Book The Flying of Falcons by Ed Pitcher and Ricardo Velarde The Flying of Falcons by Ed Pitcher and Ricardo Velarde
Artefact Button of British Falconers Club - engraver Alain Lovenberg The button was produced some years ago for the BFC, engraved by Master Engraver Alain Lovenberg of Belgium, and made of metals including silver and gold. A true work of art and a rare collector's pie
Book The Art of Falconry by Patrick Morel The Art of Falconry by Patrick Morel
Video Nomads of Mongolia Nomads of Mongolia
Video Konferencja Sokolnictwo 2015 - Conference on falconry in Suprasl, Poland in October 2015 Konferencja Sokolnictwo 2015 - Conference on falconry
Artefact Mongolian falconer Otgonsaikhan Dorjsuren with his first trained Saker Falcon in 1988 Mongolian falconer Otgonsaikhan Dorjsuren with his first trained Saker Falcon in 1988
Artefact Falconers pose with their birds in Bosnia and Herzegovina, early 1900's. Falconers pose with their birds in Bosnia and Herzegovina, early 1900's. Photo by Felix J. Koch
Artefact Jepar and his sons on falconry - Bashkortostan, Russia Jepar and his sons on falconry - Bashkortostan, Russia
Artefact Kazakh falconer Suzdyk Kudashuly Kazakh falconer Suzdyk Kudashuly
Artefact Kazakh falconer Solbek from Konyrat clan Kazakh falconer Solbek from Konyrat clan
Artefact Old falconer from Pakistan by John Stanley Old falconer from Pakistan by John Stanley
Artefact Berkutchi. After falconry. North-Kazakhstan Region in 1955. Berkutchi. After falconry. North-Kazakhstan Region in 1955.