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Lawes, Edward
Lawes, Edward
OriginatorLawes, Edward
StyleBook plate
Bookplate TypeArmorial
Bookplate FunctionOwnership
Institutional or PersonalPersonal
Date1851
Dimensions64x93 mm
OrientationPortrait
Bookplate Text[motto:] QUID LEGES SINE MORIBUS / Edward Lawes. / 1851
DescriptionCoat of arms. Escutcheon: Parted per pale, Dexter: parted per chief invected, the upper part sable, three estoiles argent in chief, the lower part erminois; Sinister: gules parted per chevron argent between three knots [?]. Crest: On a mound vert, a marten with an estoile on its shoulder. Motto: Quid leges sine moribus (What are laws without morals?)
RightsRare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; For more information, please contact the Rare Book and Manuscript Library: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/7016277
CollectionJohn Starr Stewart Ex Libris Collection
Local Identifierexlibris1196.jp2
Repository/Holding LibraryUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book and Manuscript Library
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