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Slide set: [Phelps Collection: images of seals and coats of arms] (lecture: privately made, 20 slides, n.d.)

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Arms of Booth
Gilbert de Notton 1200-1220 / Gilbert de Barton 1220-1265
Seal of Robert de Buron or Byron, lord of Clayton near Manchester, circa 1200
Seal of Henry de Trafford, 1403
Geoffrey de Salford, 1359 A.D.
Seal of Hylten 1371 A.D. / Seal of Radcliffe 1371 A.D.
Seal of Henry
Seal of Sir Edmund de Trafford 1426 A.D.
Seal of Henry V
Alexander de Bromhurst Seal c.1275 A.D.
Seal of Roger de Pendlebury c.1250
Seal of William de Par 1349
Fragment of the Seal, and Obverse, of Henry the Fifth
Brereton Shields
Brereton and Egerton Shield
Seal of Thomas Bothe
Agecroft Pedigree
[Coat of arms of the Borough of Eccles]
[Coat of arms of Trafford family]
[Coat of arms of West, Lord de la Warre]
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Lucerna ID  3009099

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 5 November 2016

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