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Oak Shield with Painted Armorial Crest

The Arms of Queens’ College,Cambridge. Founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou, queen of Henry V1 (who had founded Kings’s College). Re-founded by Elizabeth Woodville in 1465, queen of Edward 1V and hence attracting the name Queens’.
The coat of arms belongs to Margaret of Anjou, which she derived from her father, René, Duke of Anjou, with the addition of the green border for the college.
Old paper maker’s label to back for A.W.Crisp & Co., 16 King’s Parade, Cambridge. Before establishing himself as a carver, gilder and heraldic painter. etc., in about 1910, Angus William Crisp was a fine art dealer.
English, circa 1910 - 1930
Height 10.5” (26.5cm) Width 7.25” (18.5cm)
Stock No. 1329

Price: £245.00




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Oak Shield with Painted Armorial Crest

The Arms of Queens’ College,Cambridge. Founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou, queen of Henry V1 (who had founded Kings’s College). Re-founded by Elizabeth Woodville in 1465, queen of Edward 1V and hence attracting the name Queens’.
The coat of arms belongs to Margaret of Anjou, which she derived from her father, René, Duke of Anjou, with the addition of the green border for the college.
Old paper maker’s label to back for A.W.Crisp & Co., 16 King’s Parade, Cambridge. Before establishing himself as a carver, gilder and heraldic painter. etc., in about 1910, Angus William Crisp was a fine art dealer.
English, circa 1910 - 1930
Height 10.5” (26.5cm) Width 7.25” (18.5cm)
Stock No. 1329

Price: £245.00

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