London, South Kensington
28 May 2002
A gold fob seal
ENGLISH, NINETEENTH CENTURY
with plain reeded handle and base, the bloodstone matrix with engraved coat of arms and motto
The arms are those of Waterhouse, Co York, impaling Willis.
and a further gold-cased fob seal, the handle formed from struts, the base reeded, the cornelian matrix with engraved coat of arms -- 3.6cms. The arms are those of Preston.
See Plate 6 (2)
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