3 edition of Fred Archer, Sporting Hero 1857-1886 found in the catalog.
Fred Archer, Sporting Hero 1857-1886
Fred Archer, Sporting Hero 1857-1886 (Exhibition) (1986-1987 Cheltenham, England)
Text, facsim on inside cover.
|Statement||exhibition jointly organised by Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museums and the Steeplechase Company (Cheltenham) Ltd ... ; catalogue written by Steven Blake and Edward Gillespie.|
|Contributions||Blake, Steven, 1949-, Gillespie, Edward., Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museums., Steeplechase Company (Cheltenham) Ltd.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
Fred Archer () was one of the first national sporting stars. Son of William, winner of the Grand National, he became a champion jockey at the age of 17; his brother, Charlie, was a . Fred Archer memorabilia, comprising: a Victorian reproduction of Fred Archer's indentures for his apprenticeship to Mathew Dawson at Newmarket, published by The Sporting Times, framed & glazed, 34 by 42cm., 13 1/2 by 16 1/2in.; sold with a stevengraph portraying Archer in the scarlet silks of Mr Manton, the woven silk picture published by Thomas Stevens of Coventry, circa , printed.
After Harry Hall ()BEND OR WITH FRED ARCHER UPaquatint print in fine, period gilt frame incorporating a jockey cap, horse shoe and crossed whips motif, the image 47 by ted:Fred Archer, Sporting Hero, , Pittville Pump Room Museum, Cheltenham, 1st November to 24th Januray , Cat No One of the greatest flat-race jockeys of all time, Fred Archer, 'The Tinman', was a legend in his time ( - ) and is one of our first sporting heroes. He won a remarkable 1 in 3 races during his 17 year racing life, a champion jockey for 13 years, winning races, with 21 classic wins, including the Derby 5 times, riding winners.
Fred Archer commemorative ceramics, a Staffordshire flatback figure of a racehorse & jockey inscribed gilt FRED ARCHER; a Victorian pottery ashtray with named portrait of Archer in Lord Falmouth's colours; & two modern commemorative mugs, the first item 23cm., 9in. high (4) Exhibited: The flatback figure: Fred Archer, Sporting Hero, , Pittville Pump Room Museum, Cheltanham, 1st. Jun 7, - Original Antique Victorian Print Of The Late Fred Archer ()in The Colours Of The Prince of Wales From the Iluustrated Sporting & Dramatic News Dated Nov 27th A beautiful colour print of arguably the most famous Victorian horse racing Jockey Fred Archer. This is an original framed print from the edition of the illustrated sporting and dramatic news of November.
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Frederick James Archer, one of the most celebrated jockeys of all time, was born at Cheltenham on 11 Januaryin a small cottage at the end of a narrow passageway leading off the west side of St George’s Place; originally called St.
Arguably one of the first sporting heroes in history, Fred Archer, `The Tin Man`, was a legend in his time ( - ). He won an unbeaten record of 1 in 3 races during his short 17 year racing life.
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Fred Archer has 49 books on Goodreads with ratings. Fred Archer’s most popular book is The Distant Scene. An enamel on china portrait of the jockey Fred Archer by G.S.
Furnivall of Stoke on Trent circaoval, printed with facsimile signature, the reverse pasted with printed details from the manufacturer, in a velvet lined picture frame, 41 by cm. Exhibited: Fred Archer, Sporting Hero,Pittville Pump Room Museum, Cheltenham, 1st November to 24th JanurayCat No Books By Fred Archer All Fred Archer's memories are vividly recreated in this heart warming selection of tales from Fred Archer's childhood.
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It had been, as usual, some season. He had ridden winners, including the stupendous colt, Ormonde, in the Derby. A Victorian oil sketch of the jockey Fred Archer by an unknown hand, oil on canvas, inscribed F. ARCHER, SKETCHED FROM LIFE,oval, 33 by 28cm., mounted in r more 29th October was the date of the Houghton Meeting at Newmarket, and just ten days before Archer tragically took his own life.
Buy online, view images and see past prices for An enamel on china portrait of the jockey Fred Archer by G.S. Furnivall of. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles. Fred Archer was born in Cheltenham, the son of William Archer (winner of the Grand National on Little Charlie in ).
He was apprenticed to the trainer Mathew Dawson as an 11 year old boy. His first important win was in the Cesarewitch, and his first Classic in the Guineas, after which he became Lord Falmouth's retained jockey. Arguably one of the first sporting heroes, Fred Archer, ‘The Tinman’, was a legend in his time ( – ) and is one of our first sporting heroes.
He won a remarkable 1 in 3 races during his 17 year racing life, a champion jockey for 13 years, winning races, with 21 classic wins, including the Derby 5 times, riding winners in.
Fred Archer was the winner of the Champion Jockey Trophy of England for 13 years in a row in the late 19th century. As with many who take up his profession, he struggled mightily with his weight; it was a battle that contributed to his demise.
Rare figure ascribed to Fred archer jockey. Dated (i think some of the gold lettering is missing and it should be ) aside from this as you can see from photographs it is in good vintage. And this fascinating and surprising tale of an almost-forgotten sporting hero has never before been told on film.
Fred Archer - winners (including 21. Fred Archer was a jockey – by some measures the most successful one who has ever lived. But this feature-length screenplay has been written to appeal to a much wider audience than just the world.
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A man of honest toil and genuine laughter, for over thirty years he entertained his readers with tales of country life as he, his family and neighbours knew it.One of the greatest flat-race jockeys of all time, Fred Archer, ‘The Tinman’, was a legend in his time ( – ) and is one of our first sporting heroes.
He won a remarkable 1 in 3 races during his 17 year racing life, a champion jockey for 13 years, winning races, with 21 classic wins, including the Derby 5 times, riding