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Copper plate George Edmunds Esq. - Unknown

Copper plate George Edmonds Esq., © Wedgwood Museum
    Copper plate George Edmonds Esq.
    © Wedgwood Museum

This copper plate was produced on an unknown date as an armorial ware commission for George Edmunds Esq. as described in the Crest Book.

There is a record on the Copper Plate Index on page 109. There is an entry in Fairbairn which shows "Edmunds Bucks and Coruns, between wings, a lion conchant, gardant, all or. There is an entry in the Crest Order Book 1817 - 1833 "ordered by R Longmore. cream colour Green oak gold accorns (sic) gold and blue lines with crest Edmonds Esq. 1 soup tureen 12 ? and cover."

  • Type of object: Manufacturing paraphernalia and miscellany/engraving
  • Mark: All plates engraved on the reverse "G Edmonds Esq."
  • Year produced: Unknown
  • Accession number: CP212; CP212a; CP212b; CP212c
  • Dimensions: CP212 59mm x 47mm: CP212a 46mm x 39mm: CP 212b 30mm x 21mm: CP212c 46mm x 32mm

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