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Count Noble Born August 1, 1879[1] Died January 20, 1891(1891-01-20) (aged 11)[2] Resting place The National Bird Dog Museum Grand Junction, Tennessee Occupation Llewellin Setter show dog[2] Known for Famous dog Home town Sewickley, Pennsylvania[2] Parents Count Windom (sire) Nora (dam)[2] Count Noble (1879–January 20, 1891) was a male Llewellin Setter. He was so well-known that when he died in 1891, The New York Times ran an obituary.[2] He was popularly known as the "$10,000 hunting dog."[3] He was described as a "national symbol of what was great in bird dogs."[3] Benjamin Frederick Wilson, Count Noble's owner His owner, Captain Benjamin Frederick Wilson, was a banker and coal barge operator.[3] While he was well-known for his hunting prowess and show skills, it was his prepotency, the ability to pass on his best traits to his progeny, that made him the most famous.[3] In 1880, he won the national amateur Derby dog show.[2] He was so famous that owners of other setters refused to compete in shows with him.[2] Other shows offered special inducements in order to encourage his owner to compete.[2] A portrait of Count Noble by Edmund Osthaus hangs in the first-floor reading room of the Duquesne Club.[3] Following his death, his preserved body was displayed in the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in a scene showing him hunting quail.[3] The display was moved to The National Bird Dog Museum in Tennessee.[3] In 2011, American Kennel Club judge Richard LeBeau began an effort to raise $2,000 to establish a historical marker honoring Count Noble outside Osborne Elementary School, which stands on the site of Wilson's former home.[3] References ^ Hardman, Ernie. "A Pedigree of Count Noble". Llewwllin Setter Online.  ^ a b c d e f g h "Death of Count Noble - A Famous Setter Dog Expires Near Pittsburg.". The New York Times. January 22, 1891. Archived from the original on 2011-01-23.  ^ a b c d e f g h Pitz, Marylynne (January 23, 2011). "Honoring Count Noble, the 'Man O'War of English setters'". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Count Noble A Pedigree of Count Noble