24 - 25 January 2001
A GEORGIAN HERALD'S TABBARD
Embroided in gold thread on a golden silk or blue and red velvet ground to depict the Royal coat-of-arms of Hanovarian monarchs of England
First Quarter, arms of England
Second Quarter, claim to the French throne
Third Quarter, arms of Ireland
Fourth Quarter, arms of Hanover,
38¼in. (97in. high), 39in. (99cm.) wide
Property from the Estate of Marc Haas, Christie's New York, 2 February 1991, lot 244 ($9,350).
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