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Archaeologia arms of England Astle believe belonging to King bezel British Museum Burghley Cardinal Wiseman catalogue Charles II colour Consort the Queene cross-bar Cypher Darnley death diamond engraved diamond merchant diamond seal diamond signet Douce Douce's Earl of Buchan Edinburgh Elizabeth enamel engraved diamond evidently executed former paper France France and England Francis Walwyn Geneva glass copies gold Henrietta Maria Holyrood Palace impalement impression incised intaglio Ireland James jewels King Charles Majesty Mary of Modena Mary of Scotland Mary Queen Miss Hartshorne Misses Nutt monogram open crown original ornamentation possession present Prince of Wales probably purchased quarterly Queen Henrietta Queen Mary Queen of Charles Queen of Scots Queen of William record referred ring of Mary royal arms ruby Scottish seal-ring shield Signet of Henrietta SIGNET OF QUEEN signet ring signet-ring sold at Holyrood sold by auction stone surmounted Syer Cuming Tavernier Windsor Castle
Page 7 - for his son Charles II. who in his troubles pawned it in Holland for £300 where it was bought by Governor Yale and sold at his sale for £320 supposed for the Pretender. Afterwards it came into possession of the Earl of
Page 7 - to Miss Martha Browne which will be delivered to the purchaser. " That it descended from Mary to her grandchild Charles I. who gave it on the scaffold to Arch Bishop Juxon for his son Charles II. who in his troubles pawned it in Holland for £300 where it was bought by Governor Yale and sold at his sale for £320 supposed for the Pretender. Afterwards it came into
Page 7 - Hay, Duke of Argyle & probably from him to M r Blachford. " This seal-ring appears to have furnished evidence that was fatal to Mary Queen of Scots.
Page 15 - Diamond Seal, a Table that had the King's Arms cut with great curiosity, and
Page 1 - the Ires of the name of o r deerest Consort the Queene on each side. And these o r
Page 7 - He was a licentiate of the College of Physicians of London and physician to Guy's Hospital. He
Page 5 - His George, diamond and seals, which Charles at his execution destined to his successor, the Parliament voted should not be so delivered.