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Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 12 pictures in our London collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Billy The Rat Catcher
Billy The Rat Catcher
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Crufts 1950 St Bernard
Crufts 1950 St Bernard
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1939 Crufts advert
1939 Crufts advert
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Crufts illustration at Olympia, London
Crufts illustration at Olympia, London
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Crufts Dog Show poster 1988
Crufts Dog Show poster 1988
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Crufts Dog Show poster 1986
Crufts Dog Show poster 1986
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Islington International Dog Show
Islington International Dog Show
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Crufts 2019 - Friends for Life award, London, UK - 5 Feb 2019
Crufts 2019 - Friends for Life award, London, UK - 5 Feb 2019
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Crufts 2019 - Friends for Life award, London, UK - 5 Feb 2019
Crufts 2019 - Friends for Life award, London, UK - 5 Feb 2019
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London bus tour
London bus tour
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Ch Tintagel
Ch Tintagel
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Crufts 2019 - Best of Breed / Hound
Crufts 2019 - Best of Breed / Hound
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Ch Tintagel Featured Print

Ch Tintagel

Ch Tintagel was owned and bred by Mrs Surtees Monkland and was one of a number of famous Champion Bulldogs she owned. The artist, Frederick Thomas Daws, was born in London and studied at Lambeth School of Art. His earlier work was reproduced in such publications as the Illustrated London News and he exhibited his first picture a the Royal Academy in 1896. He found success not only in Britain but also in America and India. For the Maharajah of Nepal he painted 11 murals as well as sculptures. Although he is perhaps best known as a painter. He executed a number of pieces that were cast in bronze and for Royal Doulton he modelled most of the dogs in their Champion Dogs range

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