Study of a Wilton Hound, oil on canvas, by Hazel Morgan. Generously donated by the artist.
- Original oil on canvas, 36″ by 28″, by Michael Lyne. Generously donated by Mr. John Milward.
Hunt scene, watercolor, by Sandra Oppegard. Generously donated by the artist.
Casanova Kip, bronze, 12 inches by 9 inches, by Belinda Sillars. Limited edition, No. 13 of 25. Generously donated by the artist.
Study of Three Hounds original artwork, by Ena Lund. Generously donated by the artist.
Royal Artillery Hounds, signed print, by Judy Boyt. Generously donated by the artist.
Where could I have a copy of Joan Wanklin’s ‘Guns at the Wood’ valued? It is in pristine, as- new condition. Still boxed. I would like to sell it.
Hello, Sheila! Lucky you, to have a copy of this great book! We suggest that you contact John Head, who has an excellent bookshop in Salisbury, England, that specializes in sporting works. And not only that: he’s very close to the Royal Artillery’s stomping grounds on Salisbury Plains and at Larkhill, so he’s in the midst of the prime audience for this book. Whether or not you intend to sell, he’s a great authority to provide a valuation for you. His website is at http://www.wowmedesign.com/jjhead/
Please feel free to tell him that Glenye and Christopher Oakford sent you, and tell him hello for us! I hope this is helpful, and good luck. Thanks for stopping by the hound blog!
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