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1. Weittenhiller, Moriz von Weittenhiller, Moriz von Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per fess, the upper part or charged with an eagle displayed sable; the lower part sable charged with an anchor between two stars of six points or. Helm and mantling. Crown...

2. Cox, John Cox, John Two men sit in high-backed chairs facing each other; one laughs while the other points at a passage in an open book; books are scattered to the side of each.

3. Swainson, C. A. (Charles Anthony), 1820-1887 Swainson, C. A. (Charles Anthony), 1820-1887 Coat of arms on seal: Escutcheon parted per pale. Dexter parted quarterly: Quarters 1 and 4 gules (red) charged with a boar's head couped, thrust through by a sword in bend, between two stars of six points...

4. Wilkinson, James Jonas Wilkinson, James Jonas Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Counter-charged or and azure, the mullets (stars) of six points in fess between three unicorns passant. Crest: Unicorn passant or, under its dexter hoof an escutcheon sable with...

5. Heard, John Heard, John Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent (silver) a crown between two mullets (stars) of six points on a chevron gules (red) dividing three water-bougets azure (blue). Crest: A demi-goat salient gorged with a...

6. Foote, Robert Foote, Robert Coat of arms. Escutcheon per pale, Dexter: quarterly, 1 and 4, vert (green) a chevron between three martlets argent (silver), [in 1, a crescent for difference], quarters 2 and 3, a sword in bend, point...

7. Stodart Stodart Coat of arms: Escutcheon parted quarterly: Quarters 1 and 4, argent a bordure gules (red), a fess nebuly between 3 stars of six points, sable; Quarters 2 and 3, or (gold) a chevron between 3 bull's heads...

8. Andrews, Robert Andrews, Robert Coat of arms: Pendant escutcheon: azure (blue) a fess argent (silver) charged with three stars of five points of the first. Crest: a bird, in its mouth a twig. Motto: Always faithful. Beneath, a ribbon...

9. 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.

10. Wiesinger, Frigyes Wiesinger, Frigyes Naked woman places chaplet on head of man in robe, who points to a large skull at their feet.

11. [stock bookplate] [stock bookplate] Fairy sits on snail and points to what he is rading

12. Ponsonby, Frederick B., 6th Earl of Bessbrogh, 1815-1895 Ponsonby, Frederick B., 6th Earl of Bessbrogh, 1815-1895 Within a garter, buckled, on a ducal coronet or (gold), three arrows, one in pale (vertical) and two in saltire (crossed), points downward, shafts gold, feathered and pointed argent (silver) entwined by...

13. Massachusetts Agricultural College. Library. Massachusetts Agricultural College. Library. University of Massachusetts at Amherst Text and coat of arms: Escutcheon azure (blue) charged with a native American holding a bow and arrow or (gold) and a star of five points argent (silver); the crest, above a straight wreath a arm embowed...

14. Kaiser, John Boynton, 1887-1973 Kaiser, John Boynton, 1887-1973 Caot of arms: Escutcheon argent (silver) bordure gules (red) a fess azure (blue) between two crescents and two stars of 5 points above and a crescent below sable [?] (black); helm and mantling. Crest:...

15. Jennings, John, 1729-1773 Jennings, John, 1729-1773 Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted quarterly: quarters 1 and 4, argent a fess gules between 3 plummets quarters 2 and 3, azure a bend or between 6 stars of five points. Crest: a wolf's head. Banner with motto:...

16. Cox Cox Surrounded by books, a coat of arms: Escutcheon parted per pale: Dexter, within a bordure a chevron argent between 2 stars of five points and a boar's head; Sinister, or a chevron argent charged with a...

17. Hamburg (Germany). Archiv. Hamburg (Germany). Archiv. Escutcheon: Argent, charged with castle and 2 mullets (stars) of six points.

18. Wolseley, Frances Garnet Wolseley, Viscountess, 1872-1936. Wolseley, Frances Garnet Wolseley, Viscountess, 1872-1936. Coat of arms. Escutcheon: argent, a talbot passant gules (red), a mullet of 5 points in chief for difference. Motto: Homo homini lupus.
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