Stock Photo: Harvesting cider apples, Herefordshire, England. Apples for cider are not carefully picked, they are knocked off the trees, or allowed to fall, and collected from the ground, then pressed and the juice fermented. From Scenes in England by the Rev. Isaac Taylor, London, 1822. Hand-coloured engraving.
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