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Design for part of the rim of a metal dish; in the central oval a German coat of arms with a crest and the initials R.H.; flanked on either side by elongated ovals showing (left) Icarus in flight and fallen into the sea; and (right) Hero and Leander with Hero discovering the dead body and throwing herself off a cliff
Pen and grey ink and wash; on two joined sheets
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Height: 72 millimetres
Width: 240 millimetres (fan-shaped)
- Curator's comments
- ECM comments that the coat-of-arms, although unidentified, is certainly German, and Dodgson also described these as German arms in his register entry.
From album 1917,0609.1-20
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- One of 20 ornamental drawings for goldsmith's and jeweller's work removed from an old album, acquired from Mr Jones in exchange for duplicates.
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