Need help Identifying my 1 month old bantam

Cluckstein

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Hello, I purchased 2 bantam chickens and one is a white english bantam the other is what I thought was a black english bantam has got me confused, I am pretty sure he's a rooster but thats not the problem, any ideas on his breed?
 

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drumstick diva

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One month of age is too young to evaluate - if you wait till 6-8 weeks chick should be fully feathered out. Yes, with that comb - cockerel. Also the red light makes it impossible to see his natural color.
 

Cluckstein

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One month of age is too young to evaluate - if you wait till 6-8 weeks chick should be fully feathered out. Yes, with that comb - cockerel. Also the red light makes it impossible to see his natural color.
Ok well I will do a fallow up post soon than, thinks for the info and yeah probably should take a pic in the light
 

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Need pictures in natural light. Can't determine color from these pictures. It's about got to be either a Wyandotte bantam or a Rosecomb bantam tough. And very likely a cockerel.
 

Cluckstein

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Heres more updated pics
 

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Cluckstein

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Need pictures in natural light. Can't determine color from these pictures. It's about got to be either a Wyandotte bantam or a Rosecomb bantam tough. And very likely a cockerel.
Hello, yes I probably done that sooner, theres better pics below now
 

Cluckstein

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Much better pics. Not a Rosecomb or a Wyandotte bantam. Looks like you've got a Black d'Anvers bantam there.
Really? Well thanks for your opinion I will do a little research on those and see what he turns into too, thanks though
 

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