Falconry scene by Francisco Hohenleiter y Castro (Spanish, 1889–1968)
This scene is after Harold has brought the falcon to William who is shown holding the hawk.

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The Grand Falconer of Scotland by James Howe (1780-1836)

The Grand Falconer of Scotland by James Howe (1780-1836)

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The Grand Old Falconer by Swain from Punch or the London Charivari, 1st May 1886

The Grand Old Falconer by Swain from Punch or the London Charivari, 1st May 1886

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The Great Moghuls by Bamber Gascoigne

The Great Moghuls by Bamber Gascoigne

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The great royal hunting party of the Yuan dynasty, a period when China was under Mongolian reign.

The great royal hunting party of the Yuan dynasty, a period when China was under Mongolian reign.

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The Habiliments of Falconry by J.Pass

The Habiliments of Falconry by J.Pass

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The Hamond Letters

The Hamond Letters

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The hawk wins the quarry from the royal falcon

The hawk wins the quarry from the royal falcon

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The hawking party (1907) by Nikolai Nikolaevich Karazin (1842–1908)

The hawking party (1907) by Nikolai Nikolaevich Karazin (1842–1908)

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The hawking party - French school

The hawking party - French school

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The hawking party approaching Haddon Hall, Derbyshire by David Cox the Elder (British, 1783–1859)

The hawking party approaching Haddon Hall, Derbyshire by David Cox the Elder (British, 1783–1859)

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