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Oak Shield with Painted Armorial Crest

Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. College first founded in 1348 by Edmund Gonville, Rector of Terrington St. Clement in Norfolk. By the 16th century, the college had fallen into disrepair and in 1557 was re-founded by Royal Charter as Gonville and Caius by John Caius. Master of the college between 1559 and 1573, he provided significant funds and greatly extended the buildings. The arms were granted in 1575.
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. 1328

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Oak Shield with Painted Armorial Crest

Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. College first founded in 1348 by Edmund Gonville, Rector of Terrington St. Clement in Norfolk. By the 16th century, the college had fallen into disrepair and in 1557 was re-founded by Royal Charter as Gonville and Caius by John Caius. Master of the college between 1559 and 1573, he provided significant funds and greatly extended the buildings. The arms were granted in 1575.
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. 1328

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