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The framed versions of the prints published by Pearson's Magazine in 1913.  They were printed on quality art paper and bonded to a stiff card backing.

The first of these two images was also issued as a postcard, date unknown.

This one is copyright Empire Art Co. - Chicago, but other companies also issued this image on a postcard with varying titles.
Inspired by the Pearson print of the running hound, Carlton China produced a porcelain figure of the dog with a bee painted on its tail, and the same caption written down its rear leg.  They were part of the factory's 'Crested China' range, and they had many different town crests on their back.  This particular one is marked with the crest of Southport.