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A very rare and exquisitely detailed c.1790 painted armorial coach panel featuring the ancient Harford and Nesbitt coat of arms. A gilded dragon in flames sits above armorials that are incredibly intricate and decorated throughout in gold leaf. The scrolled banner at bottom reads "Iner Utrumque Tene" (Keep Between Both Extremes). Original oil paint on wood. Some chipping at edges. Ready to hang.
Provenance: From the private collection of the Earl and Countess of Guilford.
Height: 24cm / 9.5"
Width: 24cm / 9.5"
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