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Cecil Aldins dogs go to join him in Majorca Featured Sealyham Terrier Print

Cecil Aldins dogs go to join him in Majorca

A group of dogs belonging to the famous animal and dog artist, Cecil Aldin, pictured with Aldin's daughter, Mrs Mason on board a ship, bound for Majorca where Aldin had moved in order to improve his health. Notable among the group is Micky the Irish Wolfhound, Cracker the bull terrier and Woggles the Sealyham Terrier, all of whom were immortalised in Aldin's drawings. Date: 1932

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Illustrations of a Sealyham terrier by Cecil Aldin Featured Sealyham Terrier Print

Illustrations of a Sealyham terrier by Cecil Aldin

Illustrations of a Sealyham terrier called Bunch, by Cecil Aldin. Seen here on his hind legs near the dinner table hoping for titbits (above), and sitting expectantly with his front paws on the tablecloth (below). Date: 1932

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1930s, 1932, 30s, Aldin, Animal, Animals, Beg, Begging, Bunch, Cecil, Chair, Character, Cloth, Comic, Cute, Cutlery, Dinner, Dog, Dogs, Expectant, Front, Hind, Historical, History, Hoping, Humour, Illustration, Illustrations, Legs, Paws, Sealyham, Sitting, Small, Table, Tablecloth, Terrier, Terriers, Thirties, Titbits, Waiting, White

Sealyham House, Pembrokeshire, South Wales Featured Sealyham Terrier Print

Sealyham House, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

View of Sealyham House or Mansion, a Georgian style country house near Little Newcastle, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales. It served as a TB sanatorium from 1923 to 1966, and is now a children's activity centre. It was once the home of the Edwardes family -- the Sealyham Terrier was developed here in the 19th century by Captain John Owen Tucker-Edwardes as a rough-haired terrier for use in vermin control

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