Heraldic / Crest & Royal
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Item
Number

Item
Description

         

AO-0032

Painted cast iron Coat of Arms with a base and ceramic compass insert. English c. 1870.

Size: 10" H x 13" W

         

Collection of eight brass staff / pole heads of "Friendship Societies". English, 19th Century.

Sizes: Various

         

AP-0211

"Forward", A Pool Pottery tile of the Birmingham Coat of Arms.  English, Early 1900's.

Size:  8 1/4" H x 6 1/2" W

   

AP-0321

Blue & White tankard with the Royal Coat of Arms. English c. 1820.

Size: 4 5/8" H x 4 3/4" D

       

An unusual deep pearlwear plate with spatterware border for John Walker, a royal crown (possibly a tribute to the silversmith / politician). English, Mid-19th Century.

Size:10" D

         

Painted tôle Shield / Coat of Arms, Soirbheachadh le Gleann AmVinn. Scottish, Late 19th Century.

Size: 11 1/4" x 10" W

       

William the Conquer, doubled-sided painted inn sign. English c. 1840.

Size:  44" H x 31" W 

 

Elaborately carved wood large Armorial Plaque and frame. Virtute non Verbis which means, "By Deeds not Words" or "By Valor not Words".

Size:  26" H x 19 1/2" H

         

AS-0052

Carved Coat of Arms - City of Wolverhampton. The shield is with a bold star & crescent moon motif and the inscription at the bottom reads Labor, Omnia, Vincit.  English c. 1890.

Size:  2" H x 10" W

         

AS-0057

Hand painted tin shield. English c. 1870.

Size: 8 1/4" H x 6 1/2" W

         

AS-0058

Hand painted Heraldic wooden shield with four lions and center cross with a book in the middle. English c. 1870.

Size: 12 3/4" H x 9 1/2" W

         

AS-0062

Hand painted Heraldic shield with 3 main circular objects. English c. 1870.

Size: 12 3/4" H x 9 1/2" W

       

AS-0075

Small bronze Coat of Arms. Lozenge on back - "patent". English c. 1864.

Size: 4" H

         

Queen Mary glass shield with her Coat of Arms. The shield is painted and etched on the reverse side. Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense ~ translates to "Order of the Garter"  English c. 1875.

Size: 10" H x 10" W

         

AS-0086

Painted CREST/SHIELD. The motto is French for literally "God and my right"   English c. 1850.

Size: 18 1/4" H x 13 1/2" H

         

AS-0094

Folksy carved & painted shield with dancing dogs with the Latin saying for, "Old Faithful". Nova Scotia c. 1910

Size: 12 3/4" H x 9 3/4" W

   

AS-0095

Small carved shield with three birds possibly Coat of Arms of Arundel. English c. 1850.

6 1/4" H x 4 3/4" W

       

Pair of painted colorful Heraldic shields. English c. 1860.

Size: 9" H x 7 5/8" W

       

AS-0097

Pair of carved shields with heraldic symbolism. English c. 1800.

Size: 10 1/2" H x 9 1/2" W

       

Extraordinary unusual Papier-mâché oversized Royal Victorian coat of arms with the lion & unicorn with the motto's "Dieu Et mon Droit" & "Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense" which translate to say, "God and my Right" & "Order of the Garter" respectively. English c. 1870.

Size: 28" H x 42" L

     

Early carved & painted armorial stern board from a small royal boat with double chevrons.  English c. 1780.

Size:  12" H x 51 1/2" L

       

AS-0130

Painted tôle shield with a crown & coat of arms. English c. 1870.

Size: 29 3/4" H x 1/1/4" W 10 1/2" D

 

Carved wood armorial panel with the motto, "Nitor Donec Supero" which translates to "I strive until I overcome". English c. 1880.

Size: 21 1/2" H x 17" W

   

AS-0148

Superb and unusual steal Royal Coat of Arms shield with scrolls. English c. 1880.

Size: 13 1/2" H x 10 1/2" W

       

Rare wall-hanging cast iron Royal Coat of Arms with old crusty paint and the motto's Honi Soit qui mal y pense (Spurned be the one who evil thinks) & Dieu et. Mon. Droit (God and my Right). English c. 1850.

Size: 8" H x 11 1/2" W

       

AS-0160

Painted wooden shield / crest of noble / aristocratic family with decorative gilded border. English c. 1840.

Sizes: 9" H x 8 1/4" D

       

AS--0161

Painted wooden shield / crest of noble / aristocratic family with decorative gilded border. English c. 1840.

Sizes: 9" H x 8 1/4" D

       

AS-0162

Painted wooden shield / crest of noble / aristocratic family with decorative gilded border. English c. 1840.

Sizes: 9" H x 8 1/4" D

       

AS-0163

Painted wooden shield / crest of noble / aristocratic family with decorative gilded border. English c. 1840.

Sizes: 9" H x 8 1/4" D

     

AS-0164

Large carved & painted Heraldic Shield. English, Mid-19th Century.

Size: 27" H x 14 1/2" W

       

Patriotic plaque (with eagle & flag banners) cut & painted on wood. American c. 1900.

Size: 18 3/4" H x 27 3/4" W

     

Cast iron Federal Star & Shield. American.

Size: 15" H x 12" W x 3/4" D

       

CO-0094

Small coat of arms resting on a later black base. English c. 1820.

Size: 3" H x 3 1/2" L

     

CO-0095

Brass Coat of Arms. English c. 1820.

Size: 5" H x 7 3/4" W

       

CO-0388

Coat of Arms acid etched on red glass.  A pharmacy shop display.  English, Late 19th Century.

Size:  21 1/2" H x 21 1/2" W

 

CO-0557

Phipson & Parker gilt brass letter clip, with registered design No. 24 for 1843 marked "Reg Octr 3 1843 No 24" and "Merry Phipson & Parker's" letter clip with Royal Arms (Ornate Crown Lion and Unicorn Crest) and black japanned spring. Dieu Et Mon Droit (God and My Right). English, Dated.

Size: 2 1/2" H x 7 1/4" l x 3" W

         

CO-0768

Large majestic boldly carved wooden shield panel with double head eagles which symbolize empire / power from the middle- ages used by variety of empires. This one has tudor rose (traditional heraldic emblem of England) on one wing. English, Early 1800's.

Size: 28" H x 24" W

     

FA-0100

Pair of carved heraldic panels of noble families crest one of clasping hands and the other of lions. English c. 1870.

Size:  18" H x 13 5/8" W

   

FA-0281

Two rare miniature axes with great surface and paint. Probably ceremonial for Odd Fellows or Masons. American, Late 19th Century.

Size: 7 1/2' H

        FA-0398 Carved wooden armorial panel ~ King Bull. English c. 1790.
 

Size: 12 1/8" H x 17" W x 1/2" D

     

FA-0427

Patriotic carved & painted eagle with American shield relief on a light blue background. American, Early 1900's.

Size: 25" H x 17 3/4" W

   

Painted barrel with the Royal Coat of Arms. English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 25" H

 

PO-0023

Oil on board painting of a Coat of Arms.PRETIO PRUDENTLA PRESTAT. The Armorial Bearing's of Joseph Richardson & Maria Jane his wife of Swansea. English, Dated 1843.

Size: 11 1/2" H x 8 1/2"

         

PO-0027

Painted oil on board Coach panel with the initials HP surrounded by colorful tasseled drapes. English c. 1820.

Size: 10" H x 10" W

       

PO-0028

Early English Coach Panel, "Coat of Arms of Baron Berwick"  c. 1820

The motto - "qui uti scit, ei bona" tranlates from Latin as, "He should possess wealth who knows how to use it."

Size: 9" H X 9" W

   

PO-0050

A Symbol of Power & Status: The Axe was regarded as an object that processed power & instilled fear. This carved & painted doubled-sided ceremonial wooden axe (wheelwright's axe) was probably used in the coronation parade of King William IV by the "Order of the Dock - Yard Procession". On 26 June 1830, at the age of 64, King William IV became the oldest person to accede to the British throne. English c. 1840.

Size: 35 1/2" L (Blade 15 1/2")

         

PO-0058

Flag or pipe rack with a crest shield, coat of arms - CAMBRIDGE. English c. 1900.

Size:  7" H x 10" W

         

PO-0059

lag or pipe rack with a crest shield, coat of arms - CAMBRIDGE. English c. 1900.

Size:  7" H x 10" W

       

PO-0061

Patriotic English 19th Century cast iron swivel mirror adorned by flanking British Flags, two noble knights and topped by the Royal Crown all in great old paint. English, 19th Century.

Size: 20" H x 13" W

 

PO-0095

Painted wood box with Harlowquinn edges and royal crown on front. English c. 1830.

Size:  9 1/2' h z 13" W x 10 1/2" D

     

PR-0276

Burr Maple framed business card print / advertising of veterinarian establishment servicing the royal house hold."Horse Slaughterer, J. Atcheler, To Her Masjesty". English c. 1850.

Size: 10" H x 12 1/4" W

         

Oil on board coat of arms. Dieu et. Mon. Droit ~ translated as "God and my right".  English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 18" H x 21" W

               

 

 

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