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English heraldic book-stamps

English heraldic book-stamps

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English heraldic book-stamps, figured and described 1909-Author: Davenport, Cyril, 1848-1941
English heraldic book-stamps, figured and described 1909-Author: Davenport, Cyril, 1848-1941

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English
Heraldic
Book-Stamps
The
Royal
name
ensigned
with
a
Royal
Crown,
and
the
motto
"
VIVAT
REGINA
"
upheldby
two
cherubs.
[EUCLID.
Elements.
Oxford,
1703.]
The
Royal
Monogram
ensigned
with
a
Royal
Crown.
[OVERBECK.
Reliq.
Ant.
Romae.
Amst.,
1708.]
 
Queen
Anne
Queen
Anne
(born
loth
May
1655,
died
ist
August
1714)
was
the
second
daughter
of
James
II.
and
Anne
Hyde,
daughter
of
Edward
Hyde,
first
Earl
of
Clarendon.
She
succeeded
her
cousin,
William
III.,
on
the
throne
of
England
in
1702.
Queen
Anne
was
the
last
of
theStuart
line
to
occupy
the
throne
of
England.
The
first
coat-of-arms
used
by
Oueen
Anne
was
the
same
as
that
j
-\^
generally
used
by
her
predecessor,
but
without
the
arms
of
Nassau,
that
is
to
say,
first
and
fourth
grand
quarters,
France
and
England
quarterly
;
second
grand
quarter,
Scotland
;
and
third
grand
quarter,Ireland.
In
1702
a
notice
was
published
in
the
London
Gazette
to
the
effect
that
u
wheresoever
there
shall
be
occasion
to
embroider,
depict,
grave,
carve,
or
paint
Her
Majesty's
Royal
Arms
with
a
motto,
this
Motto
following,
viz.
SEMPEREADEM,
is
to
beused
"
(23rd
December).
It
will
be
remem-
bered
that
this
motto
had
been
previously
used
by
Queen
Elizabeth.
The
Legislative
Union
of
the
kingdoms
of
England
and
Scotland
took
place
onThursday,
6th
March
1706,
when
the
royal
assent
was
given
to
the
Act.
A
change
in
the
Royal
coat-of-arms
took
place
in
consequence
of
this
Act,
and
for
the
remainder
of
thereign
of
Queen
Anne
(1706-1714)
the
first
and
fourth
grand
quarters
contained
the
coats
of
England
and
Scotland
impaled,
in
the
manner
used
to
denote
husband
and
wife
;
the
second
grand
quarter,
France
;
and
the
third
grand
quarter,
Ireland.
Besidesthecoat-of-arms,
the
crowned
initials
and
name
of
Queen
Anne
were
frequently
stamped
upon
her
books,
and
some
ofher
book-stamps
appear
to
have
been
designed
by
foreigners.
Queen
Anne's
books
came
to
the
British
Museum
with
the
rest
of
the
old
Royal
Libraryof
England
in
1757.
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