C1872

Shearing the Sheep.

Scene of sheep shearing at Collaroy sheep station Collaroy station near Merriwa New South Wales. The flock was established in 1829 with a base of Saxon rams, and improved later with a Spanish-type ram imported from England. In 1866 they … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Shearing the Sheep.

Date:

C1872

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

225mm 
x 100mm
AUTHENTICITY
Shearing the Sheep. - Antique Print from 1872

Genuine antique
dated:

1872

Description:

Scene of sheep shearing at Collaroy sheep station Collaroy station near Merriwa New South Wales. The flock was established in 1829 with a base of Saxon rams, and improved later with a Spanish-type ram imported from England. In 1866 they imported two Rambouillet rams into the stud which, subsequently, had a positive impact on the quality of sheep and wool. Collaroy sent large numbers of these new Rambouillet-crossed rams to the pastoral areas of New South Wales. Ref:Powerhouse Museum

From original edition of, The Graphic.

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