Lincoln's Inn N/A

"This Society of Lincoln's Inn, the next for antiquity, and antient ally to the Middle Temple, is scituate in a Street or Lane, known formerly by the name of New Street, and now Chancery Lane. The House came to the hands of Henry Lacy Earl of Lincoln, by reason whereof it was called Lincoln's Inn, and keepeth the stile to this day. His posterity held it until the Reign of the late Queen Elizabeth, and then Sir Edward Guliyard, Knight, (to whom the same did successively descend by Inheritance) sold the same with the Inheritance to the Benchers and Society thereof."

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Lincoln's Inn (Stamp 1) Arms: Fifteen fer de molines [millrinds] on a canton a lion rampant
Heraldic Charges: canton, on a, Heraldic Charges: lion rampant, Heraldic Charges: millrinds (15)
Arms: Fifteen fer de molines [millrinds] on a canton a lion rampant
Heraldic Charges: canton, on a, Heraldic Charges: lion rampant, Heraldic Charges: millrinds (15)
Lincoln's Inn (Stamp 3) Arms: Fifteen fer de molines [millrinds] on a canton a lion rampant
Heraldic Charges: canton, on a, Heraldic Charges: lion rampant, Heraldic Charges: millrinds (15)
Lincoln's Inn (Stamp 4) Arms: Fifteen fer de molines [millrinds] on a canton a lion rampant
Heraldic Charges: canton, on a, Heraldic Charges: lion rampant, Heraldic Charges: millrinds (15)
Arms: Fifteen fer de molines [millrinds] on a canton a lion rampant
Heraldic Charges: canton, on a, Heraldic Charges: lion rampant, Heraldic Charges: millrinds (15)
Arms: Fifteen fer de molines [millrinds] on a canton a lion rampant
Heraldic Charges: canton, on a, Heraldic Charges: lion rampant, Heraldic Charges: millrinds (15)