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19th-C. Coat of Arms

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19th-C. Coat of Arms 19th-C. Coat of Arms 19th-C. Coat of Arms
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As described by Ursus Books and Prints

Coat of arms painted in gouache with gold details. Banner at top reads "Eta Beta Pi" in Greek. Banner at bottom says "Fleas are not lobsters, damn their souls." The quote comes from Sir Joseph Banks (1743 - 1820), a British naturalist. At top of image is a pie with a duck or goose baked in; coat of arms features fleas, a fly on a plate, a bird, and a man hanging with what looks like a beehive. Unframed.

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Ursus Books and Prints
Ursus Books and Prints

Established in 1972, New York-based Ursus Books and Prints serves clients throughout the world. We provide a comprehensive selection of art books, rare books in all fields, and fine antique decorative prints.

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Product Information

Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
gouache on paper
Size:
6.5" L x 5.75" W
Color/Finish:
red/black/green