This print I bought in 1995 at "Thesaurus" - a bookshop in St. Helier, Jersey
Dear Mr Norgaard
The three prints are all by Edwin Douglas.
One is called 'Jersey' (from the original picture in the possession of Joseph Kincaid Esq.) and is of a Milkmaid leading two cows, one each side of her, through a meadow in the spring.
One is called 'The Jersey Family' (from the original picture in the possession of the Publishers) and is of a group of 3 cows and a calf in a field by the sea - with a mallet and milk churn and clogs in the foreground and the back is a milkmaid seen milking one of the cows.
One is called 'Sark' (from the original picture in the possession of John Bruce) and is of a cow wearing a cowbell and a milkmaid carrying a milk churn standing in a meadow. The milkmaid is wearing a daisy in her button hole.
I hope that these descriptions will be of some help to you.
Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.