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George VI Great Seal, obverse, 1948. The National Archives reference: HO 125/16.

George VI Great Seal, obverse, The National Archives reference: HO

Medieval Limp Bindings  from 1451-1452,  Referred to as the Vadstena Observance.  Vadstena was a Swedish monastery

Limp cloth binding: Front cover Photo: István Borbás/National Library of Sweden Vadstena observance. Sweden, Medieval limp cloth binding of linen with three seals. Vadstena klosterregel Medeltida mjukt textilband i linne med tre sigill.

Charles II of England as Prince of Wales with coral rattle, attributed to Justus van Egmont, 1630. National Portrait Gallery, London

YOUTH OF CHARLES II~~ Charles II of England as Prince of Wales (detail), attributed to Justus van Egmont, he holds a silver and coral teething rattle, a symbol of childhood.

George VI Great Seal, reverse, 1948. The National Archives reference: HO 125/16.

George VI Great Seal, reverse, The National Archives reference: HO

George V Great seal, reverse 1923. The National Archives reference HO124/41.

George V Great seal, reverse The National Archives reference

Sceau : Thomas de Savoie, comte de Flandre PÉRIODE 13e siècle  TECHNIQUE/MATIÈRE cire

Sceau : Thomas de Savoie, comte de Flandre PÉRIODE 13e siècle TECHNIQUE/MATIÈRE cire

·First Great Wax Seal of Robert the Bruce - MuseumReplicas.com

·First Great Wax Seal of Robert the Bruce - MuseumReplicas.com

First seal of Raymond II Trencavel, viscount of Albi, Beziers and Carcassonne, 1247. (Reverse the seal. Gap complemented by photographic montage using the obverse).  National Archives Service of the Seals, D 760 bis.

Une représentation du vicomte Trencavel sur une fresque de la conquête de Valence (XIIIe siècle) ?

First seal of Raymond II Trencavel, viscount of Albi, Beziers and Carcassonne, (Reverse the seal. Gap complemented by photographic montage using the obverse). National Archives Service of the Seals, D 760 bis.

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