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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. Pelham Pelham Escutcheon, helm, mantling, crown, ribbon with motto. Escutcheon azure (blue) charged with three pelicans argent (silver) vulning themselves, wings elevated and addorsed, two over one. Crest consists of...

3. Steele Steele Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent, a bend chequy between two lions' heads erased, a chief azure. Crest: An ostrich wings elevated, rising from a coronet. Mottoes: Absque labor nihil (Nothing without labor);...

4. Vilhena, João Jardim de. Vilhena, João Jardim de. Coat of arms: Escutcheon (complex) with helm and crest of two serpents.

5. Jones, Gertrude Bartlett Jones, Gertrude Bartlett Mantel with books and lit candle.

6. Anthony, Cornelia Anthony, Cornelia Two putti reading as bookends on mantel, all within a frame with garlands. On the ribbon a quote from a poem by Sir Walter Scott. Illegible artist's name bottom right.

7. Seldon, Elizabeth Canfield Seldon, Elizabeth Canfield Grey ink on off white paper. Two columns and banner.

8. Goury, Georges, 1875- Goury, Georges, 1875- The motto, "Fert in omnia rutubam et tristitiam terribilis amor" (In all thing terrible love brings trouble and sadness"); depicts a man hanging from a gallows and a night landscape with trees, bats, and...

9. Burnham, William Henry, 1855-1941; Burnham, Katharine French Burnham, William Henry, 1855-1941; Burnham, Katharine French Within a frame with text: Windmill; Escutcheon: gules, a chevron argent between three lions' heads erased; roundels with oil lamp, mounted knight. Motto: Ne tentes aut perfice (Attempt not or accomplish)...

10. Lane, William Lane, William Escutcheon, or and azure, a chevron gules, charged with 2 mullets (stars) azure over one mullet or; crested with lion passant guardant, raised foot over mullet; motto: fide et amore (with faith and love)...

11. Clarendon, Owen S. G. Clarendon, Owen S. G. Coat of arms. Escutcheon: or, on a bend indented cotised sable, three crosses of ostrich feathers. Crest: Three bars sable on an ostrich feather erect, Motto: Amando servio (I serve with love)
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