Pigeon Koroniarz the Ended

Pigeon Koroniarz the Ended

Other names:

niemiecka - Polish bottlenose dolphin, francuski - Shell Polish Tumbler, English - Polish Crest Tumbler,


Polish – the main contribution to the improvement and preservation of the race of the final coroner should be attributed to the breeders of Kraków and the surrounding area. Also nowadays, the final coroner is bred and has its supporters mainly in Krakow, but it is also found and grown in other parts of the country.

General impression:

Fine construction, well compact, short and slender torso. The whole figure is neat, it is largely due to the raised and forward breast, neck bent slightly back, proud attitude, and a lively and bold look.

Template: features of racialism.

Head: Moderately wide and short, rounded on the sides. The head profile line consists of three different sections of curvature (forehead, top and back of the head), connected together into a harmonious whole. At the top of the forehead, the head is broadest and slightly convex. The forehead is broad and high, from the front looking trapezoidal, from the side when looking at a curved line, quite steeply descending. When combined with nasal waxes and beak, the forehead should be well filled with feathers. The head should be decorated with a crown. The crown must be abundant and extend over the sides of the head, all the way to the ear holes. The sides are finished with rosettes, and at the back it turns into a thick mane.
Eyes: Big eyeballs, protruding and shiny on the outside. When looking at the head from above, the eyeballs are clearly visible. The iris is dark brown in color. A vivid look.
Brew: Possibly double, retail ziarnista, smooth. Matte red color.
Beak: Less than medium length. The thicker and wider at the base and the duller at the end, the better. It should be slightly oblique to the head, however, it is not strictly subordinated to the curvature of the forehead (slightly ajar). Jaws evenly developed and tightly closed. Both jaws flesh-colored. Nasal waxes fine and well fitting.
Neck: Short, full, round, slightly back bent and bent, it joins the breast and shoulders with no visible border. Podgardle “cut out” and nicely rounded. The neck is short and wide.
Breast: Well developed, rounded, moved forward, not covered by the arms of the wings.
Back: Moderately wide and short, slightly sloping towards the tail.
Wings: Close to the body and freely resting on the tail with ailerons, not reaching the end of the tail.
Tail: Well compact and moderately short.
The legs: Moderately short, small build. The thighs are hidden in the feathers of the abdomen, only visible at the knee part. Carmine-red non-feather spikes. The nails are clear.
Plumage: Adjacent, plentiful.

Kinds of colors:

They come in colors: White – black, red, yellow.

Color and drawing:

The main color is colorful, the top of the head and the shuttlecocks of the first row are white. The color should be intense. The white color on the head reaches the corners of the mouth., then a line runs through the center of the eye to the margins of the inner side of the lace. First order white ailerons from 4 – 8 pcs. they should appear as equal in both wings as possible and should not be interspersed with colored feathers. They come in colors: black, red, yellow.

Big mistakes:

The head is elongated and has a narrow forehead, heart-type or gull-type head. Lace too low, insufficiently educated, top instead of lace. No mane. Beak thin, more than the average length, dark. Pearl iris. Single eyebrow, grey. The neck is thin and forward. Chest narrow. High legs, feathered jumping. Less than 3 and more than 9 white ailerons. Uneven white pattern on the head too small or too big. White back, kuper, abdomen, thighs. Narrow long torso with high legs, jabot on the neck, little plumage.

Comments for the evaluation:

Lace head - beak - eye - eyebrow - neck - breast - legs - drawing - color - general appearance.


Group IX Volatile

Wedding ring number 7

Edition 2001