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Circular silver seal-matrix of the Admiralty with moulded socket threaded for the screw of a handle. The Royal arms as for Scotland within the Garter, the whole on an anchor. Outer legend, within cabled borders. Inner legend. London hall-marks, date-letter for 831-2, and stamp. Signature on the edge.
- Made in: Nassau Street
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Greater London,London,City of Westminster,Soho,Nassau Street)
- Diameter: 6.75 centimetres
Inscription ContentB. WYON, H.M.'s ENGRAVER, 2 NASSAU STREET, SOHO, LONDON
Inscription CommentDate-mark 1831-32.
Inscription ContentGULIELMUS IV DEI GRATIA BRITANNIARUM REX FIDEI DEFENSOR
Inscription TranslationWilliam IV, by the grace of God King of Great Britain, defender of the faith.
Inscription ContentSIGILLUM ADMIRALITATIS SCOTIÆ
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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Object reference number: MCN4098
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