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~ANTIQUE DESK SEALS~

Signetring som tillhört drottning Kristina av Sverige (1626-1689), ca1650. (Signet ring that belonged to Queen Christina of Sweden (1626-1689), ca1650).

EARLY ROMAN IMPERIAL GOLD FINGER RING WITH AN EMERALD INTAGLIO, 1st century BC/AD

The seal of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich was made in 1898, by B. Reimer. | Photo & Source: ROYAL RUSSIA

Faceted citrine and gold seal with amythyst matrix carved with rampant greyhound holding pennant.

Ring; England, engraved and enameled gold, circa 1649. Enamelled gold commemorative ring, the oval bezel with a revolving centre. On the obverse, an intaglio portrait of Charles I and on the reverse a skull between CR a coronet above and a royal crown below. Inscribed GLORIA and VANITAS. The border inscribed behind IA: the 30/1648 The hoop engraved inside Emigravit gloria Angl

GOLD AND CITRINE DESK SEAL, CIRCA 1820. The tapered faceted citrine handle, to a gold work mount of foliate, scroll and shell design, terminating on a three faced carved citrine seal, two faces engraved with a coats-of-arms.

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French Bracelet with Georgian and Victorian Intaglio Fobs

"A refusal of annulment would require recourse to extreme measures for the good of the kingdom which we would not hesitate to take" -- 1530 letter from English noblemen 'asking' the pope to annul the Henry VIII/Catherine of Aragon marriage. 81 wax seals on red silk ribbons, attached to a 3-ft-wide parchment. From the Vatican Secret Archives, on display in 2012 for the first time.

Faceted citrine and gold seal with amythyst matrix carved with rampant greyhound holding pennant.

Sapphire seal with the arms of Knyvett, made in England, c.1580 -- The seal most likely belonged to Sir Thomas Knyvett the younger, who was knighted in 1579/80 when he was made High Sheriff of Norfolk. Sir Thomas was also married to the daughter of Queen Elizabeth I’s Treasurer of the Household […]

LavishShoestring.com | Seal Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: ca. 1749-1754 (made) Artist/Maker: Charles Gouyn's factory (manufacturer) Materials and Techniques: Porcelain painted with enamels, and with a carnelian intaglio and gold mounting

19th C french glass ormolu bronze wax seal

Wax Seal Stamp Silverplated

Purple and Ivory Bakelite Art Deco Wax Seal

Étui for Sealing Wax Georges-Antoine Croze  (master 1777, active 1790) Date: 1785–86

Art Deco Gold, Platinum, Carved Coral, Diamond and Black Enamel Seal, Cartier, Paris 18 kt., the circular gold seal centering two engraved interlocking V's, edged with black enamel, accented by rose-cut diamonds, topped by a carved coral mythical creature carrying its baby wrapped in feathers on its back, approximately 58.0 x 21.0 mm., signed Cartier, Paris, no. 65498, with French assay mark, circa 1925.

A group of late 18th and early 19th century desk seals.

Two early 19th century desk seals The first with bell-shaped hardstone handle and gold cased bloodstone matrix engraved as an armorial, 9.0cm high; the second with faceted rock crystal handle and gold cased oval foiled rock crystal matrix engraved with crest and motto, 5.0cm high, both circa 1830