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1. Mount Vernon Seminary Mount Vernon Seminary Black ink on beige paper. Seminary insignia at top left: monogram on Chippendale shield with motto. Scene of fireplace with vase on mantel, empty chairs. The open book at bottom left contains the designer's...

2. Flint, S. A. Flint, S. A. Floral frame with beehive against flint arrowhead in center; spires upper left; musical instruments upper right; books lower left; easel lower right, Motto: Sans hâte, sans repos (Without haste, without...

3. Guittard, Claude B. Guittard, Claude B. Closed book, top cover decorated with interlaced cornerpieces and central frame in which is an escutcheon parted per pale (down the middle), crossed sword and dagger on left, 3 scallop shells on right...

4. Barbosa Machado, Diôgo, 1682-1772 Barbosa Machado, Diôgo, 1682-1772 Coat of arms. Escutcheon (oval): argent (silver) 3 crescents or (gold) in a bend azure (blue) between two lions rampant of the same. Crest: two angels, dexter arms raised, each grasping a tassel of an...

5. Austin, Grace J. (Grace Jewett), 1872-1948 Austin, Grace J. (Grace Jewett), 1872-1948 Tree with fruit.

6. Arenberg Arenberg Coat of arms. Oval escutcheon: gules (red), three cinqfoils, two over one. Supporters: dexter, lion rampant; sinister, griffin rampant. Crown and elaborate mantling, in which three spaces are left for...

7. 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.

8. Phelp, James Phelp, James Coat of arms: Escutcheon or (gold) charged with wolf rampant and 8 crosses crosslet argent (silver). Crest: straight wreath and sea lion statant. Motto on banner below escutcheon: Vive ut vivas

9. Kenkensai Shooku Kenkensai Shooku Belt buckle?

10. Hieda Hieda Printed in blue, gold and black. Rooster.

11. Emerson, George Waldo Emerson, George Waldo Big Dipper and North Star, to which a wagon is attached by a line. Bordered on three sides by stars.

12. Antioch College. Library. Antioch College. Library. Morris, Noel. Text with border of open books.

13. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Library. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Library. Cavagna Sangiuliani di Gualdana, Antonio, conte, 1843-1913 Central coat of arms supported by mermaids; surrounded by ornamental Renaissance-style border with urns, fountains, and floriated scrollwork.

14. Ercolini, Mary Alice Ercolini, Mary Alice Renaissance woman in embroidered gown reads a copy of Dante's Comedia, and angel with flower and a view of Florence through the window. Artist's name lower left: Vaniver [?]

15. Ercolini, Mary Alice Ercolini, Mary Alice Japanese ukiyo'e scene with three women in a room. Vignette lower left.

16. Lund, Ruth Marilynn Lund, Ruth Marilynn Rustic cottage; musical score

17. University of California, Berkeley. Library. University of California, Berkeley. Library. Spreckels, Claus, 1828-1908 Black ink on beige paper. Contains a scholar in academic robes consulting a book in a library. Three female figures (one on the left side and two on the right) flank the central image. Two griffins at...

18. Parmele, George L. Parmele, George L. Brown ink on beige paper. Contains an image of a man in livery blowing a valveless trumpet with a banner hanging from it displaying the originator's motto. The date is written as a cipher on the left.

19. Pope, Alexander Winthrop, d. 1915. Pope, Alexander Winthrop, d. 1915. Pope describes his bookplate thus: "My book plate was designed by Jay Chambers of New York, and shows a standing figure of a gentle-man of the 1830 period, reading at a high table. He is perusing a large...

20. Porter, Josephine E. S. Porter, Josephine E. S. Elegantly dressed woman in gown with floral motif, a peacock in show by her side; elaborate oval frame with flowers surmounted by a parrot.
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