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1. Princeton University. Library. Eighty Eight Library of Economics. Princeton University. Library. Eighty Eight Library of Economics. University coat of arms. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text. Crest: horse's head. Banner with motto: Dei sub numine viget.

2. Princeton University. Library. Library of English poetry. Princeton University. Library. Library of English poetry. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text.

3. Princeton University. Historical seminary. Princeton University. Historical seminary. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text.

4. Princeton University. Library. Alexander Library Fund. Princeton University. Library. Alexander Library Fund. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text. Banner below with motto: Dei sub numine viget.

5. Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Coat of arms. Escutcheon quarterly; quarters 1 and 4, or, parted in chief; upper part charged with 3 cushions; lower part with crown on cross argent (silver); quarters 2 and 3, gules (red) parted in chief,...

6. Cowper, William Cowper, William Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, parted per chief invected, upper part gules, three annulets or, lower part argent, three martlets gules; 2nd and 3rd, parted per chief, upper part sable,...

7. De Benoist, Camille De Benoist, Camille Coat of arms. Escutcheon, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure a chevron or between a mullet in chief and a crescent in base; 2nd and 3rd, argent, semée with fleurs-de-lis azure. Crest: a coronet. Supporters:...

8. Hartstonge, Matthew Weld Hartstonge, Matthew Weld Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Parted by chevron engrailed, upper part or, three pellets (roundels charged sable) in chief; lower part sable, charged with a stag passant. Crest: Naked man couped at the waist,...

9. Plunket, Joseph Plunket, Joseph Coat of arms. Escutcheon sable a bend argent, charged sinister chief with a tower. Mantling: Chain of flowers. Crest: horse passant. Banner below with motto: Festina lente.

10. Hallett, James Hallett, James Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Or (gold), a chief engrailed sable, charged with a crescent for difference (2nd son); over all on a bend engrailed gules (red) three bezants. Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or...

11. 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);...

12. Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). Libraries. Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). Libraries. Washington University seal. Escutcheon: Argent, on two bars gules, an open book with motto: Per veritatem vis, between 3 stars of five points in chief and three fleurs de lis in base.

13. Pares Pares Coat of arms: Escutcheon: Sable, a chevron argent with cross crosslet of the second in the dexter chief.

14. University of Texas. Library. University of Texas. Library. Tyler, George W., 1851-1927 Seal of the University of Texas: within a circle gules (red), a disk azure (blue) with the motto 'Disciplina praesidium civitatis' surrounding a shield tenné (orange) bearing a mullet (star) within a...

15. McGill University. Library. McGill University. Library. Printed in red and black. Escutcheon: Argent three martlets gules, two and one, on a chief dancetty gules an open book between two crowns.

16. Green, Everard, 1844-1926. Green, Everard, 1844-1926. In a circular frame, upon a dragon biting its own tail, an escutcheon parted in chief, the upper part with a fleur de lis between two annulets, the lower part with 3 stags passant.

17. Forbes, William Forbes, William Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per pale: Dexter, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure (blue), on a chevron argent (silver) between three bears' heads couped argent, muzzled gules (red), a man's heart proper,...

18. Beames, John, 1837-1902 Beames, John, 1837-1902 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th, parted per pale, gules (red) and azure (blue), 6 garbs or (gold) over all, three mullets (stars) sable (black) on a chief argent (silver); 2nd and 3rd,...

19. Eversley Eversley Coat of arms. Escutcheon: sable, a chevron argent between two trefoils slipped in chief and a bezant in base surmounted by a cross patée or. Crest: six arrows interlaced saltirewise three and three proper...

20. University of Chicago. Libraries. University of Chicago. Libraries. University of Chicago coat of arms. Escutcheon: argent, a phoenix displayed gules, langued azure, in flame proper. On a chief gules, a book expanded proper, edged and bound or. On dexter page of book the...
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