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Natural history, Birds, Rock dove (Columba livia) Featured Related Images Print

Natural history, Birds, Rock dove (Columba livia)

Vintage engraving of a Rock dove, rock pigeon or common pigeon (Columba livia) a member of the bird family Columbidae (doves and pigeons). In common usage, this bird is often simply referred to as the pigeon. from Francis Orpen Morris, A History of British Birds

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The General Post-Office; The Letter-Carriers Office, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Related Images Print

The General Post-Office; The Letter-Carriers Office, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The General Post-Office; The Letter-Carriers Office, 1844. Interior of the main post office at St Martin's Le Grand in London, view of a large room, with a gallery running round its four sides, and across the middle, to which are attached two spiral staircases...On the floor are two ranges of tables, divided into two double tiers of compartments; and down each side of the room is a narrow table, above which are five tiers of wooden partitions, or pigeon holes; and the gallery has also a double tier running round it; beneath the tables are enclosed cupboards for the use of the men. In the morning, the letter-carriers assemble, and assort the letters into their respective walks. The gallery will hold 100 men; and the body, with auxiliaries, 270 more. A portion of the floor is parted off in the middle, where two clerks sit to rectify any mistake which may arise in charging the letters to the carriers'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Pigeons, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Related Images Print

Pigeons, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Pigeons: 1) Rock dove (Columba livia, Felsentaube); 2) Bokhara Trumpeter (Bucharische Trommeltaube); 3) German Trumpeter (Deutsche Trommeltaube); 4) Frillback (Lockentaube); 5) Highflyer (Kalotte), 6) Highflyer (Berliner altstammiger Tummler); 7) German Nun pigeon (Deutsches Nonnchen); 8) Almond; 9) Short-faced Beards (Barttummler); 10) Jacobin should (Peruckentaube); 11) Agyptisches Movchen; 12) Chinesisches Movchen; 13) Deutsches Movchen; 14,15) Fantail pigeon (Pfautaube); 16) English Pouter (Englischer Kropfer); 17) French Pouter, 18) Brunner Pouter; 19) Carrier (Karrier); 20) German Bagdette (Deutsche Bagdette); 21) Cyprian pigeon (Zyprische Taube); 22) Roman pigeon. Chromolithograph, published in 1897