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.
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.