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1. Radcliffe College. Library. Radcliffe College. Library. Coat of arms. Escutcheon gules and argent parted per pale; dexter a chevron chequy sable and argent dividing three mullets (stars) or (gold), 2 over 1; sinister, argent two bendlets engrailed sable. Banners...

2. Radcliffe College. Library. Radcliffe College. Library. Coat of arms. Escutcheon gules and argent parted per pale; dexter a chevron chequy sable and argent dividing three mullets (stars) or (gold), 2 over 1; sinister, argent two bendlets engrailed sable. Banners...

3. 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...

4. 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,...

5. Tooke, William, 1777-1863 Tooke, William, 1777-1863 Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per pale: Dexter, per chevron sable (black) and argent (silver) three griffins' heads erased counterchanged (colors reversed), for Tooke; Sinister, or, three piles in point...

6. 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...

7. S. H. A. H. (Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey), b. 1846 S. H. A. H. (Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey), b. 1846 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Gules (red), three trefoils slipped vert (green) on a bend argent (silver); sinister chief, a martlet for difference (fourth son) of the same, a mullet sable (black) on its wing....

8. Huntingford, Thomas Huntingford, Thomas Coat of arms in elaborate frame: Escutcheon parted per fess gules (red), the upper field sable, charged with a crescent over three mullets (stars) pierced; the lower field or trellised sable. Crested with...

9. Chalmers, Geo. (George) Chalmers, Geo. (George) Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent (silver) a demi lion rampant issuing out of a fess sable (black) with a fleur-de-lis in base gules (red). Crest: An eagle rising proper. Motto: Spero (I hope).

10. 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,...

11. Harris-Temple, Robert Temple Harris-Temple, Robert Temple Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Quarterly, quarters 1 and 4, argent (silver) two bars sable (black) each charged with three martlets or (gold), a crescent for difference, for Temple; quarters 2 and 3, vert (green)...

12. Béringuier, Richard, b. 1854 Béringuier, Richard, b. 1854 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure (blue), a large fleur-de-lis or (gold); 2nd and 3rd, barry of five, argent (silver) and sable (black). Crest, above a grilled helm: fleur-de-lis...

13. 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...

14. Zwicky, Caspar Zwicky, Caspar Multicolored. Central coat of arms plus 4 small er escutcheons, one in corner. Central escutcheon: or parted in chief, upper part charged with two annulets sable (black); lower part barry of four, sable...

15. Philipps, Thomas Philipps, Thomas Coat of arms: Escutcheon parted per pale, dexter or, charged with a lion rampant sable (black), gorged or and chained, between the paws an escutcheon gules (red) charged with a stag's head; sinister, sable,...

16. 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.

17. 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.

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

19. 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.

20. Everett, Edward, 1794-1865 Everett, Edward, 1794-1865 Coat of arms: Escutcheon: gules (red) a chevron paly of eight or and azure between three mullets (stars) argent (silver). Crest: griffin's head erased sable (black) collared gemel of three pieces, the...
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