The crest found on the internal cupboard door is that of Cole and the monogram beneath almost certainly refers to Henry Cole (1808-1882), a civil servant. The most eminent branch of the family is the Earl's of Enniskillin, however, in their crest the sinister claw rests on an escutcheon. Through his membership of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce in 1845, Henry Cole became involved in the organisation of the Great Exhibition in 1851 acting as a promoter, publicist, and administrator. Cole went on to become the first director of the South Kensigton Museum (now the V&A) and has a wing named after him. He was created CB at the end of the Great Exhibition and was knighted in 1875 by Queen Victoria.