Darvill's Rare Prints is pleased to offer a huge selection of antique lithographs from
"Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches, a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of British, Indian, Colonial, and Foreign Sport."

These antique prints are from Fores's Sporting Notes and Sketches, an English quarterly magazine published from 1884 through the early 1900s. It contained articles and stories about sports at home and abroad, including equestrian, sailing, hunting, fishing, golf. Please refer to the Sporting Prints page for a list of the available categories. Each issue included eight-full page duotoned lithographs.

Duotone Lithographs with goldish background that varies somewhat in coloration
Sheet size: approximately 8 1/2 x 5 9/16 inches (about 21.7 x 14.2 cm)


Bird Hunting, Skeet shooting, Cock fighting, etc.

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Brought a large proportion thundering down upon the ice behind me
"Brought a large proportion thundering down upon the ice behind me"
$30


That's better said Di
"That's better, said Di"
$30


Yes it is, I see its beak!
"Yes it is, I see its beak!"
$30


We blundered into another covey
"We blundered into another covey"
$30


So I had to do - the retrieving myself
"So I had to do - the retrieving myself"
$30


So I followed suit when they rose
"So I followed suit when they rose"
$30


Over him, said Janson
"Over him, said Janson"
$30


Lay hold of him shouted the Squire
"Lay hold of him,
shouted the Squire"
$30


Florin O'Bryan was in Command
"Florin O'Bryan was in Command"
$30


A day with John Peel
"A day with John Peel"
$20


Au revoir, Velveteens!
"Au revoir, Velveteens!"
$20


As pretty a bouquet of long tails as any man need desire
"As pretty a bouquet of long tails as any man need desire"
$20


Professor Swizzle: Well and how much have we shot up till now, eh?
"Professor Swizzle: Well and how much have we shot up till now, eh?"
$30


Tumbled cursing into the meadow beyond
"Tumbled cursing into the meadow beyond"
$30


Shot you in the head, eh?
"Shot you in the head, eh? Why the doose don't you tower, then?"
$30


Hang it all! It's stopped.
"Hang it all! It's stopped."
$20


You're like the cow's tail - all behind!
"You're like the cow's tail - all behind!"
$30


Not a bad morning's work quoth the Don
"Not a bad morning's work quoth the Don"
$30


and shies his cartridges about
"and shies his cartridges about"
$25


There he was, flat on his back
"There he was, flat on his back"
$20


What became of Sir Benjamin's Pheasant?
"What became of Sir Benjamin's Pheasant?"
$20


Woodcocks little game
"Woodcocks little game"
$20


Fergus flew out behind
"Fergus flew out behind"
$20


zingled
I zeed 'er bire at a haw just as of 'ec zingled her out a purpose
$20


Mr Crackshate takes the field
"Mr Crackshate takes the field"
$20


I went in up to my waist
"I went in up to my waist"
$20


The Knowsley cock literally cut the other to pieces
"The Knowsley cock literally cut the other to pieces"
$40


Cock Fight
"Narrowly and keenly for a second or two, did they watch each other's slightest motion"
$40


Cock-a-doodle-do!
"Cock-a-doodle-do!"
$40

many other Fores's prints are available in various categories...click below