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A family group of antique Gold Seals.

A group of gold Fob Seals:
1) An oval seal of circa 1810, cut with the crest and initials ofSir William Weller-Pepys, created a baronet 1801, married Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William Dowdeswell.
2) A Seal of circa 1825, cut with the arms of Field Marshal Sir George Nugent, 1st Baronet, G.C.B, 1757-1849.
3) A Seal of circa 1775, the matrix formed as a classical head
4) A seal of circa 1775,  the matrix cut with an unidentified coat-of-arms
5) A Cased gold fob seal, the matrix cut with an unidentified  coat of arms.

SKU: O4306 Category:



Good with minor wear to the corners and loops. The cased gold example with some wear.


Seal 1) is 2.50 cm. wide; 3.30 cm. high; 2 cm. deep.

Seal 2) is 2.20 cm. wide; 3.20 cm. high; 1.80 cm. deep.

Seal 3) is 3 cm. wide; 3.30 cm. high; 2 cm. deep.

Seal 4) is 2.70 cm. wide; 2.60 cm. high; 2.20 cm. deep.

The cased gold example is not measured.

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