Circular silver seal-matrix for Grenada with signature on the sides; chief raised surface on back damaged: no socket or handle. The Royal arms within the Garter, with lion and unicorn supporters and motto. Below, in a scrolled panel with roses, thistles, and shamrock, a sugar-mill turned by oxen, and Grenadian men. At the top, a motto. Legend. London hall-marks, date-letter for 1838-9 and crowned initials.

An00024669 001 l

Thing

Made Of
silver
Type of Thing
seal
Subject
mammal, plant, flower, mill, heraldry, leaf
Techniques
stamped, engraved

Place

Place Depicted
Grenada
Made In
England

Time

Acquired In
1920
Made
1838-1839
Period/Culture
Post-Medieval

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