As I said last last night Spangled appenzeller Spitzhauben. Can't see the nostrils but if they are large that has to be it. Look at Sharols pictures of the Breda fowl. They show nostrils that would be much like what you are looking for. They are supposed to be pretty good layers.
I worked so hard yesterday just trying to get caught up. I spent the whole afternoon out getting every one fed and watered and settled again. I did a necropsy on my hen and she seemed to be in perfect health although much too fat and her heart was very very small in comparison to others I have seen. Normally if there are heart problems the heart is greatly enlarged. Normally I can identify exactly what is going on. I only found one egg in her though which is very unusual for a hen that is full feathered. Normally you find tens of tiny partially developing eggs. It actually made me feel better cause I know she wasn't producing much. She was one of the younger hens I hatched last summer so I have no idea why she wasn't actively laying. There must have been something wrong I couldn't find with the naked eye. I am down to a bare minimum now so I've got to keep a few of these jubilees for myself even though I do have lots of orders. They are probably my best selling birds. I had 10 hens and sold down to 5, and now I'm down to three.
I also found one of my black brahmas with a terrible cold. I have no idea how she could contract one and no one else. I guess I'd better beef up their probiotics for a while to make sure I don't have a sick flock.
I finally moved my buff girl with the infected eye I have had caged and treated for like 6 months or longer. She is in perfect health other than her eye. I operated on it several times but It kept coming back. I guess as long as no one thinks I have a sick hen in with the others it will be okay. Maybe she will lay since none of the others want to bother.
I also moved my partridge brahma who got torn up back to the pen but kept her in a cage cause the other hens were picking on her right off. I'll give them a few days to accept her before I let her out with the others.
Today should be hatch day for my first goose eggs. I think I have 6 of them in there. I never manage to hatch them all but I'm looking forward to it just the same. I love the goslings probably more than any other birds I hatch.