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1. Palmer, Francis Palmer, Francis Crest: A wyvern on a straight wreath. Motto: Par sit fortuna labori

2. Vilhena, João Jardim de. Vilhena, João Jardim de. Coat of arms: Escutcheon (complex) with helm and crest of two serpents.

3. Saxby Saxby Crest: Lion rampant, in his paw a feathered dart, collared and chained to a rock.

4. 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.

5. Boston Public Library. Boston Public Library. Lawrence, Abbott, 1792-1855 Bostonia seal and a mantel with books; flanked by decorative foliage. Above the seal is an oil-burning lamp.

6. Steele, Robert, 1860-1944 Steele, Robert, 1860-1944 Two young girls sit and read in a garden with trellised grapevines and a sundial

7. Cole, George Watson, 1850-1939 Cole, George Watson, 1850-1939 Two 17th century men sit at table in arched space, one reading, the other writing, illustrating epigram.

8. Boston Public Library. Boston Public Library. Phillips, Jonathan, 1778-1860 Bosonia Seal and portrait of Jonathan Phillips, flanked by foliage; mantel with books. Black ink on beige paper.

9. Boston Public Library. Boston Public Library. Bostonia seal within a double border.

10. Furnells, Joan Furnells, Joan Two half-naked women sit on open book, holding aloft planter of huge sunflowers; one has painter's palette and brushes attached to her waist, the other has cup [?] and pens or engraving tools [?] attached...
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