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    The Grant for
    Bowman's Coat of Arms

    [Heraldry]. Grant of Arms and Crest to Alfred John Bowman, from Sir Albert William Woods, Garter King of Arms and George Edward Cokayne, Charenceux King of Arms. Kent: June 10th, 1899. A lovely framed presentation of the original grant on vellum, signed by both Albert W. Wood and G.E. Cokayne, with a large version of the coat of arms in the upper left corner, featuring two bent long bows, helmet and stag, bearing the motto "Vulneratus Sed Non Victus", which translates to "Wounded but not Conquered". Beside the image are the colorful Order of the Garter arms. Two five pound stamps in the left margin. The heraldric images and the first line: "To All and Singular" are additionally colored in gilt.
    Grant size approximately 20 x 26 inches. Diameter of each seal measures approximately 2.5 inches. Coat of arms measures approximately 7.5 x 9.5 inches. All in a 29.5 x 41 inch frame.
    A very good document and seals in a scuffed gold colored frame.
    From the James. M. Goode Collection.

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