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Choose from 69 pictures in our Haddock collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Soccer - Leeds United - Photocall - Elland Road Featured Haddock Print

Soccer - Leeds United - Photocall - Elland Road

(top row l-r) Jack Ashurst, Nigel Thompson, David Rennie, John Pearson, Mervyn Day, Neil Aspin, Peter Swan and Peter Haddock. (middle l-r) Bobby McDonald, John Buckley, John Sheridan, Ronnie Sinclair, Brendan Ormsby, Bob Taylor and Gary Williams. (front l-r) John Stiles, Glynn Snodin, Micky Adams, Mark Aizlewood, David Batty, Russell Doig and Keith Edwards

© PA Archive/Press Association Images

Sebastes norvegicus, or Rose Fish Featured Haddock Print

Sebastes norvegicus, or Rose Fish

Sebastes norvegicus, or Rose Fish, a species of rockfish, also known as Norway Haddock, Ocean Perch, Atlantic Redfish, Red Perch, Red Bream and Golden Redfish. Also (misleadingly) known as bergylt, bream and snapper. Date: 1863

© The Sharp Illustration Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

1860s, 1863, Atlantic, Bergylt, Bream, Fish, Fishes, Golden, Haddock, Historical, History, Life, Marine, Natural, Nature, Norvegicus, Norway, Ocean, Perch, Red, Redfish, Rockfish, Rose, Sebastes, Snapper, Species, Victorian

Fish illustrations, 1823 Featured Haddock Print

Fish illustrations, 1823

Fish illustrations, 19th century. These ten fish are (top to bottom, left to right): a Conger eel; a tube-eye fish (Stylephorus chordatus); a swordfish (Xiphias gladius); a silver trichiure (Trichiurus argenteus); a gymnote or electric eel; a blenny; an Odontognathus longfin herring; a haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus); a father lasher (Myoxocephalus scorpius); and a bandfish (Cepolidae). The orders are: apodal fishes (limbless), jugular fishes (pelvic fins in front of the pectoral fins), and thoracic fishes (ventral fins below the pectoral fins). This page is from 'Universal Technological Dictionary' (1823) by British author George Crabb (1778-1851)