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Raphaei Tuck & Sons' "OILETTE” Post Card No. 3346
ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN.
After the original pastel by MAUD WEST WATSON.
Printed in England.
Clumber Spaniel. The aristocrat of the
Spaniel tribe. His name comes from the
Nottinghamshire seat of the Duke of New.
castle, where the breed has flourished for
years, after being imported from France. It
has always been popular with sportsmen, par.
ticularly in covert shooting, where it is unsur.
passed. These spaniels hunt mute, which
enables them to draw close up to their game
without disturbing it. Their coats should be
thick and smooth, the colour white with lem
or pale orange markings, but the fewer marking
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