Set of posttamps of the UAE in 1965
Departure of tsar Alexei Mikhailovich for falconry by Nikolai Egorovich Sverchkov (1817-1898)

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The famous falconer in Lynch Park in Beverly, Massachusetts on the eastern coast of the USA

The famous falconer in Lynch Park in Beverly, Massachusetts on the eastern coast of the USA

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The First Falconry Festival in Abu Dhabi in 1976

The First Falconry Festival in Abu Dhabi in 1976

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The First International Czechoslovakia Falconry Meet of 1969 Held Under the Russian Soviet Regime

The First International Czechoslovakia Falconry Meet of 1969 Held Under the Russian Soviet Regime

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The First monument to St Triphon in Russia

The First monument to St Triphon in Russia

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The Fisherman and the Falconer by JEAN-PAUL MAZAROZ FRENCH, 1823-1900

The Fisherman and the Falconer by JEAN-PAUL MAZAROZ FRENCH, 1823-1900

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The Flying of Falcons by Ed Pitcher and Ricardo Velarde

The Flying of Falcons by Ed Pitcher and Ricardo Velarde

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The Gill Collection of Japanese Netsukes - a carved ivory netsuke modelled as a falconer, signed Hoi

The Gill Collection of Japanese Netsukes - a carved ivory netsuke modelled as a falconer, signed Hoi

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The Golf Book (Book of Hours) f. 24v, July, practising falconry

The Golf Book (Book of Hours) f. 24v, July, practising falconry

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The goose braining spike (刺鵝錐); a traditional falconry tool employed by Khitan gyr falcon falc

The goose braining spike (刺鵝錐); a traditional falconry tool employed by Khitan gyr falcon falc

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The Goshawk and falconer by Rowland Wright Alston (1897-1958)

The Goshawk and falconer by Rowland Wright Alston (1897-1958)

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