English or American?

They look like the American variety to me. English Orpingtons are larger bodied with more profuse feathering.
That's what I thought. I'm looking for the English variety. I'm picking up 2 dozen hatching eggs from these later today. I'll likely go ahead and hatch these out. I have another dozen to pick up Tuesday that specifies English but I'll have to be careful not to mix them up in the brooders after hatch. Lol. I wanted these so I could pick a roo from one set and a couple of pullets from the other and not have a related roo. I guess in a couple of months I'll be in the market for an English roo.

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