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1. Blackwell, Henry, 1851-1928 Blackwell, Henry, 1851-1928 Antique bearded figures beneath tree, one figure with lyre, the other picking branches from tree. Within central roundel: Landscape with square tower.

2. Jaensch, Emil; Jaensch, Helene Jaensch, Emil; Jaensch, Helene Bearded man reading at lectern; globe; owl; shield with woman holding spade

3. Kurth, J. Kurth, J. Naked bearded man, standing on large closed book with broken clasps, holds globe at arm's length; shining cross in sky

4. Erhard, Rud Erhard, Rud Bearded old man contemplates skull; open book on lectern in background

5. Unidentified Unidentified Initials J.W within buckled garter with motto: Patientia vinces (You will will through patience). Crest: Saracen affronté bearded, wearing headband with three ostrich feathers.

6. Unidentified Unidentified Bearded man, quill in hand, studies book at library table; large chest on floor beside table; ink pot and quills, candle (unlit)

7. Hildebrandt, Adolf Matthias, 1844-1918 Hildebrandt, Adolf Matthias, 1844-1918 Bearded man holding book, wearing coat with German eagle; shield with antler.

8. Bramberger, Hans Bramberger, Hans Bearded old man in chair and young man on stool read book; cathedral towers visible through window.

9. Goulden, W. E. Goulden, W. E. Classical statue in park with cathedral tower in background; at foot of statue are books, a globe, an unwrapped scroll with armorial devices and motto: Invicta; portrait of bearded man (presumably Goulden);...
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