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1. Société française des collectionneurs d' ex-libris. Société française des collectionneurs d' ex-libris. Naked child standing on pile of large books, holding aloft a bookplate. The motto means "Found!"

2. Knight, D. Allen Knight, D. Allen Page draws back curtain so that a knight in full armor may enter a library;

3. Kaylor, Helen M. Kaylor, Helen M. Knight in armor on horse, a victory laurel on the end of his jousting pole; in the foreground and sword lies flat on an open book

4. Winkworth, Stephen D. (Stephen Dickenson) Winkworth, Stephen D. (Stephen Dickenson) Within a half-shell niche lined with books, a naked woman and very long hair holds a mirror

5. Arenberg Arenberg Coat of arms. Oval escutcheon: gules (red), three cinqfoils, two over one. Supporters: dexter, lion rampant; sinister, griffin rampant. Crown and elaborate mantling, in which three spaces are left for...

6. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Babcock, Samuel D., d. 1902. Columbia College Seal: Referring to 1 Pet. 2:1-2, woman has open book, 3 naked children at her feet. Hebrew words on banner: "The Lord is my light" (Ps. 27:1)

7. Shaftel, Norman, 1915-1998 Shaftel, Norman, 1915-1998 Riverside cityscape showing bridge and cathedral.

8. Knox, Charlotte D. Knox, Charlotte D. Within arched design, a woman in hooded cloak sketches distant town; large diamond-shaped shield gules bordered argent, charged with eagle or; [motto above, left:] moveo et proficio; [below left:] escutcheon...

9. Kingman, William Livermore, 1868-1926 Kingman, William Livermore, 1868-1926 Man in renaissance garb, with ruff, sash and sword; behind him, shelves of books, scientific instruments, decanter and glass; on the table, an envelope for prints marked 'Gravures', partially unfurled...

10. Drobner, Gustav Drobner, Gustav Man operating printing press

11. Belfast Library and Society for Promoting Knowledge Belfast Library and Society for Promoting Knowledge Image of The Old Linen Hall Library

12. Marney, John D. Marney, John D. Man in tall soft hat and fur-lined coat reading open book by window

13. Tufts College. Library. Tufts College. Library. Fay, Cyrus H. (Cyrus Hyde), 1815-1903. Text within single-line border

14. Gruel, Leon, 1841-1923 Gruel, Leon, 1841-1923 Bookbinder at his work table, behind him a woman (Muse?) dressed in a gown with elaborate decorations and holding a sprig of plant. Crane or pelican with wings displayed, lower left.

15. Halsey, Herbert Drake, 1872-  Halsey, Herbert Drake, 1872- Verse: warning to borrowers.

16. Neltnor, John C. Neltnor, John C. Partially seen person reading in tall chair beside wall of books. Artist's initials on tall flask, lower right: F. D. A.

17. D'Olier D'Olier Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Quarterly, 1st and 4th or, on a chevron gules between three bunches of graphes a crescent of the first surmounted with a bezant, all within a bordure azure semée of fleurs-de-lis...

18. Blomfield, Charles James, 1786-1857 Blomfield, Charles James, 1786-1857 Coat of arms: Escutcheon parted per pale. Dexter, gules (red) two swords in saltire (crossed), handles or (gold); Sinister, quarterly, a fess indented, countercharged azure (blue) and argent (silver),...

19. University of Michigan. Library. University of Michigan. Library. Bates, Elizabeth H., d. 1898 Text.

20. Burnham, Henry D. Burnham, Henry D. Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Gules (red) a chevron between three lions' heads erased, or (gold). Crest: A leopard's head erased proper. Motto: Fortis et fidelis (Brave and faithful)
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