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By James Barclay Hennell, London, 1879
Retailed by Jenner & Knewstub of St James's Street, London.
As the first breed of lop rabbit, the English Lop was one of the first fancy breeds of rabbit developed in England in the 19th century for the purposes of exhibition as a response to rise of animal fancy and consequently the rabbit's emergence as a mainstream household pet during the Victorian era marking a departure from the earlier role of domesticated rabbit breeding for meat, fur and wool production.
|Height||58.00 mm||(2.28 inches)|
|Width||71.00 mm||(2.80 inches)|
|Depth||30.00 mm||(1.18 inches)|