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Carlisle Otter Hounds1880, couple of white terriers in front.

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Peter Hills, an 1870s Yorkshire gamekeeper (Anyones guess what is in that white terrier)

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Early Staff, 1910, if you shaved a Wheaton/Kerry  they have a head like this.

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Tinkers Double, An early Sealyham.

 

 

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I remember seeing a pic years ago of Gilnahirk terrier club and they were a group of friends that went round farms dealing with rat infestations and other vermin, the pic was from early 1900s

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Good pics P3D but still we’re no clearer of when black dogs (as we know them) began to breed true to type are we?

ps. Smithy was born ‘73 and died ‘86.

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2 hours ago, Rabbit Hunter said:

Good pics P3D but still we’re no clearer of when black dogs (as we know them) began to breed true to type are we?

ps. Smithy was born ‘73 and died ‘86.

RH, No, we are no clearer. There are men who have a good understanding of what happened. One guy is writing a book, it should shed light on that time, 1950 to 1990. Hopefully it will get published soon.

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Gotta love that first photo, digging badgers in a bow tie and it remains perfect... Feckin quality that..!!

Have a read of that advert too.. 😉

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5 hours ago, p3d said:

 

1985425915_CarlisleotterhoundsonthebanksoftheEden1880s.jpg.05a575d97d2e06332949f9cab26f0d63.jpg

Carlisle Otter Hounds1880, couple of white terriers in front.

2011053468_PeterHills-an1870sYorkshireGamekeeper.jpg.d2641b52a7d89d8ebfdfeec8f5acc07b.jpg

Peter Hills, an 1870s Yorkshire gamekeeper (Anyones guess what is in that white terrier)

staff1910-1.jpg.0d17f972ca3b37be9eca01a0ff3f8c20.jpg

Early Staff, 1910, if you shaved a Wheaton/Kerry  they have a head like this.

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Tinkers Double, An early Sealyham.

 

 

Not buying it that's an early Staff P3d.... The stafford is well photographed from that time and none look like that.

I'd go for a smooth Irish terrier or crossbred of Irish dogs

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6 hours ago, p3d said:

Peter Hills, an 1870s Yorkshire gamekeeper (Anyones guess what is in that white terrier)

Sealyham/staff?

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2 minutes ago, Aussie Whip said:

Sealyham/staff?

Could be, if you look at the dog "Tinkers Double" it has a square head like that.

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1 minute ago, p3d said:

Could be, if you look at the dog "Tinkers Double" it has a square head like that.

It also looks English bull/Russell.I was hoping you knew.

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11 hours ago, darbo said:

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I have a soft spot for scotties. Enjoy seeing historical pics of them. Doubt they were much of a working dog though 

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