Haddon Rig Homestead, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Haddon Rig Homestead, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Three Merino Rams, Bred at Hadden Rig. Won the special shearing price at the NSW Sheepbreads' Asc. Sydney 1923. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Three Merino Rams, Bred at Hadden Rig. Won the special shearing price at the NSW Sheepbreads' Asc. Sydney 1923. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Hadden Rig Merino 2-Tooth Ewes for the special stud flock. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Hadden Rig Merino 2-Tooth Ewes for the special stud flock. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Rams, Bred at Hadden Rig. Five of the 35 Hadden Rig Rams sold by Dalgety & Co., 1924 Sydney Sheep sales for the price of 15,513 Pounds.  Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Rams, Bred at Hadden Rig. Five of the 35 Hadden Rig Rams sold by Dalgety & Co., 1924 Sydney Sheep sales for the price of 15,513 Pounds. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Rams, Bred at Hadden Rig. Sold by Dalgety & Co., 1924 Sydney Sheep sales for the price of 15,513 Pounds.  Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Rams, Bred at Hadden Rig. Sold by Dalgety & Co., 1924 Sydney Sheep sales for the price of 15,513 Pounds. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Ram 'Royal Hope', Bred at Hadden Rig. Won the Grand Championship award for unhoused Merino Ram at the N.S.W. Sheepbreeders' Asc. Annual Show, Sydney 1922. Sheep sold for the price of 1200 Guineas. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Ram 'Royal Hope', Bred at Hadden Rig. Won the Grand Championship award for unhoused Merino Ram at the N.S.W. Sheepbreeders' Asc. Annual Show, Sydney 1922. Sheep sold for the price of 1200 Guineas. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Rams at Hadden Rig. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Rams at Hadden Rig. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Ram, Bred at Hadden Rig and sold at the 1926 Annual Sydney Sheep show for the record price of 1300 Guineas at auction. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Stud Merino Ram, Bred at Hadden Rig and sold at the 1926 Annual Sydney Sheep show for the record price of 1300 Guineas at auction. Haddon Rig, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Originally a property of approximately 28,000 acres. Enlarged to 80,000 acres with the purchases of Merrimba Station, Wemabung Station and Bona Station in the early 1920s. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Purebred Red Poll cows at Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Purebred Red Poll cows at Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Two year old Percheron Stallion bred at Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Two year old Percheron Stallion bred at Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com


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Molonglo River, between the willow- lined banks, wending its way past the pumping station near the Foxlow Homestead Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Molonglo River, between the willow- lined banks, wending its way past the pumping station near the Foxlow Homestead Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Front garden of Foxlow homestead. Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Front garden of Foxlow homestead. Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Main drive through the garden to the Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Main drive through the garden to the Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'English Elms in the garden of the Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'English Elms in the garden of the Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Mr George Falkiner and Miss Falkiner setting out from the Foxlow Homestead for the Tirranna Picnic Races'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Mr George Falkiner and Miss Falkiner setting out from the Foxlow Homestead for the Tirranna Picnic Races'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Stables and Coach house, Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Stables and Coach house, Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'View from the from verandahs of  Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'View from the from verandahs of Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Main entrence of Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

Foxlow, Bungendore, New South Wales. The Property of Franc B. S. Falkiner, Esq. Approximately 15,000 acres. Photo circa 1920. 'Main entrence of Foxlow Homestead'. Uploaded courtesy of thecollectorsbag.com

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