• Creator
  • Vinycomb, John
  • Created Date
  • 1901-1901
  • Description
  • Armorial. Ownership. 58x110 mm. Altera securitas / Ex Libris | 1901 | [artist's mark:] JV / [text:] BUFFORD. Coat of arms: Quarterly, the symbols of France (fleurs de lis) and England (lions rampant) within a bordure gobony argent (silver) and azure (blue). Helm and mantling. Crest: a portcullis and chains. Motto on banner above crest: Altera securitas (Another security). Unbuckled garter shows from behind escutcheon. Altera securitas" and the... more
    Armorial. Ownership. 58x110 mm. Altera securitas / Ex Libris | 1901 | [artist's mark:] JV / [text:] BUFFORD. Coat of arms: Quarterly, the symbols of France (fleurs de lis) and England (lions rampant) within a bordure gobony argent (silver) and azure (blue). Helm and mantling. Crest: a portcullis and chains. Motto on banner above crest: Altera securitas (Another security). Unbuckled garter shows from behind escutcheon. Altera securitas" and the portcullis are associated with the Beaufort family. The shield corresponds with that of the Beaufort Dukes of Exeter (cf. Burke). less
  • Rights
  • Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; For more information, please contact the Rare Book and Manuscript Library: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/7016277