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Product Description

A set of 40 Coats of Arms or Heraldic Shields of Gloucestershire noble families.

Published London 1768 in "The Ancient and Present State of Glocestershire", by Sir Robert Atkyns.

A fascinating set of copper engraved family heraldic devices. Also known as a coat of arms, heraldic shield, armorial bearing, armorial device or simply the family crest, they are specific designs adopted by an individual or family and traditionally displayed on shields, tunics, flags etc.

Each coat of arms in the print is attributed with the family name and the village or town of residence.

The family names are Cope, Colet, Cox, Coxwell, Craven, Criswick, Crew, Crowther, Daunt, Daws, Day, Deacon, Dean, Deans,

Delabere, Delamare, Dennis, Dighton, Dodeswell, Dodwell, Dormer, Dowell, Driver, Dunch, Dunning, Dutton, Escourt, Fane, Farmer,

Fetty, Field, Finch, Floyd, Foley, Fortescue, Fream and Freeman.

Fine condition. A crisp, dark impression in its original uncoloured format, completely free of repairs or restoration, unfolded.

If your family name is here, a fascinating talking point which would frame up beautifully for display. Approx. 17" x 10.5" (425mm x 270mm) overall.

A GENUINE ANTIQUE PRINT GUARANTEED OVER 250 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

VNPL221

Specifications

Brand
Lindisfarne prints
Condition
Used

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40 COATS OF ARMS, Heraldic Shields, Family Crests #8 original antique print 1768

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