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Twenty-four bookplates, dated between 1780-1789 each dated by hand. Decorated with armorial detail unless stated. Text within  indicates handwritten notes:
D,3.60: Arms using horses and stag; no text
D,3.61: Scrolled paper leaning aginst books and quill; 'FHWM'; [Frederic Henry William Martini M.D. / at Berlin]
D,3.62: Young woman sat at desk with papers, bookcase in background, child to right; 'Glassbach sc'; [suppose Mrs Martini's]
D,3.63: Armorial shield with painter's pallete, globe and mask, leaning aginst tree; 
D,3.64: Vase and armorial shield; 'Philip Van Swinden / Darling Gt Newport St'
D,3.65: Armorial flanked by soldiers; 'TRIA JUNCTA IN UNO / FEAR GOD'; 
D,3.66: Woman touching plinth with armorial decoration / 'W Henshaw sc'; 
D,3.67: Satyr, goat and humans around plinth; 'Alexander Logie / Gio Lapi (?) inv et sculp'; 
D,3.68: Bird, perhaps phoenix, perched atop crown; 'Rt Gambier Esqr'; 
D,3.69: Armorial; 'Robert Wright'; 
D,3.70: Armorial; 'John Stackhouse'; 
D,3.71: Armorial; 'THOMAS WALPOLE'; 
D,3.72: Armorial; 'BIBLIOTHEQUE / a Madame la Marquise / de Fleury'; 
D,3.73: Armorial; 'DUMO SPIRO SPERO / James Urquhart Esq.'; 
D,3.74: Armorial; 'Thos Nervte'; 
D,3.75: Armorial, flanked by soldiers; 'SIR ROBERT BOYD K.B. / Barnes Pt (?) Coventry St'; 
D,3.76: Woman and putti gathhered around armorial shield; 'Chas Long Esqr'; [designed by Mortimer engraved by Wm Long / 1787]
D,3.77: Armorial; 'Richd Parkes'; 
D,3.78: Armorial; 'Thomas-Farrington'; 
D,3.79: Armorial, decorated; 'Horatius St Paul, Sacri Romani / Imperii, Comes De St Paul / Roger Sc 1759.'
D,3.80: Armorial detail in ornate frame with putti and crown; 
D,3.81: Warrior woman seated nect to armorial sheild; 'Nichos Middleton London 1753 / Wells, del et Sculp';
D,3.82: Armorial; 'Petr Castelfranc'; 
D,3.83: Armorial, flanked by dragons; 'TRIA JUNCTA IN UNO / TENEBO / Sir George Warren K.B.'; 
- Production date
- 1780-1789 (circa)
Height: 101 millimetres (largest)
Height: 66 millimetres (smallest)
Width: 55 millimetres
Width: 78 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The book plates are still kept in original folder.
D,3.63: According to Pincott, bookplate belogning to Kane O'Hara, writer and playwright.
D,3.76: According to Banks note below plate, Charles Long designed his own bookplate.
See description of D,3.61, 62, 76, and 81 in Pincott, 'The book tickets of Sarah Sophia Banks', The Bookplate Journal (March 2004: vol. 1, number 2)
- Not on display
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