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Monarchs engraved portraits.- James II (King of England, Scotland and Ireland, 1633-1701) Exemplification of Common Recovery by Samuel Westerne from Nathaniel Bard, of one messuage, 4 gardens, 200 acres of land, 30 meadows etc., in Milborne Port, Goathill, Henstridge Ash, and Bowden in Henstridge, Dorset, engraved head of James II, remains of green wax seal loose, 500 x 730mm., 23rd June 1686 § William III & Mary II (King and Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland, 1650-1702 & 1662-92) Exemplification of Common Recovery by Samuel Dodd from Bernard Whalley, of the manor of Billesley, with one messuage, one dovecote, 6 gardens, 500 acres of land, 100 meadows etc., in Billesley, Atherstone on Stour, Ullenhall, and 'Walls Wotton, Warwickshire, double engraved heads of William and Mary, lacks seal, 650 x 810mm., 19th June 1689, both manuscripts in Latin, in Chancery hand, on vellum, ruled in red, slightly yellowed, folds, v.s., v.d. (2).

First mentioned the rarest of all recoveries. Examples of James II recoveries with an engraved coats of arms are more common.

Lot 68

Monarchs engraved portraits.- James II (King of England, Scotland and Ireland, 1633-1701), Exemplification of Common Recovery by Samuel Westerne from Nathaniel Bard, of one messuage, 4 gardens, 200 acres of land, 30 meadows etc., in Milborne Port, Goathill etc., in Dorset, engraved head of James II, remains of green wax seal, 1686; and another, William and Mary exemplification, double engraved heads of William and Mary, lacks seal, 650 x 810mm., 1689, manuscripts in Latin, on vellum, folds, slightly yellowed, v.s., v.d. (2).

Hammer Price: £270

Description

Monarchs engraved portraits.- James II (King of England, Scotland and Ireland, 1633-1701) Exemplification of Common Recovery by Samuel Westerne from Nathaniel Bard, of one messuage, 4 gardens, 200 acres of land, 30 meadows etc., in Milborne Port, Goathill, Henstridge Ash, and Bowden in Henstridge, Dorset, engraved head of James II, remains of green wax seal loose, 500 x 730mm., 23rd June 1686 § William III & Mary II (King and Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland, 1650-1702 & 1662-92) Exemplification of Common Recovery by Samuel Dodd from Bernard Whalley, of the manor of Billesley, with one messuage, one dovecote, 6 gardens, 500 acres of land, 100 meadows etc., in Billesley, Atherstone on Stour, Ullenhall, and 'Walls Wotton, Warwickshire, double engraved heads of William and Mary, lacks seal, 650 x 810mm., 19th June 1689, both manuscripts in Latin, in Chancery hand, on vellum, ruled in red, slightly yellowed, folds, v.s., v.d. (2).

First mentioned the rarest of all recoveries. Examples of James II recoveries with an engraved coats of arms are more common.

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