Bullmastiff puppies, Uttoxeter

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Date:15th of January 1932

Description:These Bullmastiff puppies belonged to W.H. 'Bill' Farmer whose butcher's shop stood on High Street, Uttoxeter.

Bullmastiffs are a large working dog, often associated with gamekeepers. The breed was developed in the mid 19th century by crossing the Mastiff with the Bulldog. It was recognized as a pure breed by the English Kennel Club in 1924. Bullmastiffs are known for their size, strength and speed and their brindle colouring.

Photographer: G.S. McCann of Uttoxeter.


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1840s
Token, J.A. Dowdeswell, Uttoxeter
Token, J.A. Dowdeswell, Uttoxeter

A copper token issued by John Arthur Dowdeswell, tobacconist and grocer, of High ...

1910s
Gerald McCann, London Scottish Regiment
Gerald McCann, London Scottish Regiment

Gerald McCann (1897-1970) was the last of three generations of Uttoxeter photographers. ...

1930s
Woolworth's, High Street, Uttoxeter
Woolworth's, High Street, Uttoxeter

F. W. Woolworth's shop on High Street, Uttoxeter with displays of Easter eggs and ...

1950s
Uttoxeter Town Hall decorated for the Coronation, Uttoxeter
Uttoxeter Town Hall decorated for the Coronation, Uttoxeter

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Creators: Mr Alfred McCann - Creator

Donor ref:F.P.41.1169.76 (37/6487)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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