Descriptive inventories of the various services of plate, &c. belonging to the Crown, in the several royal palaces, and also of the plate in the several royal chapels, in England

TitleDescriptive inventories of the various services of plate, &c. belonging to the Crown, in the several royal palaces, and also of the plate in the several royal chapels, in England
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1832
CityLondon
LibraryBritish Library
Other CitationDavenport, C. English heraldic book-stamps, pp. 190, 397 400
BindingBound in blue goatskin by Wm. Clark with stamp 2 in gold on the covers, and stamp 6 at the foot of the spine
BinderWilliam Clark
Call NumberC.21.e.15
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland on an escutcheon of pretence tierced in pairle reversed: 1. Two lions passant gardant in pale (Brunswick) 2. Semy of hearts a lion rampant (Luneberg) 3. A horse courant (Westphalia) overall on an escutcheon the crown of Charlemagne (Badge of the High Treasurer of the Empire) the whole surmounted of an imperial crown Crest On an imperial crown a lion passant gardant crowned Supporters A lion rampant gardant imperially crowned and a unicorn ducally gorged and chained Helmet of a sovereign Order The Garter Motto DIEU ET MON...
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also used by George IV