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Intaglio Collection - no.213 Female centaur

Maker:  Maker Unknown

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Intaglio Collection - no.213 Female centaur, holding flower, inscribed NOSCE TEIPSUM, sard This ring is a facsimile copy of the impression of an original letter of Oliver Cromwell to Sir Henry Worsley, Baronet, who commanded the troops in the Isle of Wight in the commencement of the disputes between Charles I and his Parliament. It was copied by Mr. Birch from the seal impression in 1781.

ID:  17096

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