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c.1760 Painted Armorial of Rhys and Scobell
This regal watercolour heraldry features a lion rampant clutching a fleur-de-lis above a coat of arms, along with the motto "In Deo Salutem" or "In God, Salvation". The coat of arms depicts the armorials of the Rhys and Scobell families. It is surrounded by the original giltwood frame. Ready to hang. Please study photos carefully as they form part of the description.
Provenance: From the private collection of the Earl and Countess of Guilford.
Height: 35cm / 14"
Width: 30cm / 12"
Period: 18th Century
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