C1896

Sheep-Shearing with Machine-Shears.

Scarcec.19th engraving of a shearing shed with Frederick York Wolseley mechanical-shears. Wolseley invented a method of using a power source away from the shearer’s hand. The first power source was a horse gin connected by belt and pulley and a … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Sheep-Shearing with Machine-Shears.

Date:

C1896

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

202mm 
x 135mm

Paper Size: 

244mm 
x 151mm
AUTHENTICITY
Sheep-Shearing with Machine-Shears. - Antique Print from 1896

Genuine antique
dated:

1896

Description:

Scarcec.19th engraving of a shearing shed with Frederick York Wolseley mechanical-shears. Wolseley invented a method of using a power source away from the shearer’s hand. The first power source was a horse gin connected by belt and pulley and a carefully designed driveshaft to a handpiece held by the shearer. It was later replaced by stationary engines.

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