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Griffin, Edward <I> (1613 - 1621)
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Griffin, Edward <I>
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Last Change: 2006-07-14
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Framed device of a fleur-de-lis with In Domino confido. Plain background.
Mercury's hat and caduceus with two cornucopias and sea-scape. Passed to the Eliot's Court Printing House about 1594. Apparently taken to Eton by Melchisedec Bradwood, c. 1609. Probably passed to Edward Griffin, 1615-16. Probably passed to John Haviland in 1621.
Framed device of Truth attacked by Calumny and upheld by Time, with the motto, Veritas Filia Temporis. Probably passed to Edward Griffin in 1615-16 and to John Haviland in 1621. Passed to Anne Griffin, c. 1636. Passed to Edward Griffin II, c. 1638.
"Prince of Wales's feathers, with crown and Ich Dien. (&alpha;) Within rule, as figured. Probably belonged to the Eliot's Court Press, and passed to Edward Griffin c. 1613. (&beta;) Rule cut away."
"Device of an owl, two snakes, and a rod, with initials M. B. (&alpha;) With M. B. as figured. Probably passed to Edward Griffin in 1615-16. (&beta;) The "M. B." voided."
Device of an anchor and snake upheld by two hands from the clouds; with motto, Anchora Fidei ... Sic elevabitur filius hominis. Io.3 ... Probably passed to John Haviland in 1621.
Device or ornament of a burning heart within a wreath. Probably passed to John Haviland (and Anne Griffin) in 1621. Probably passed to Anne Griffin alone in 1634. Passed to Edward Griffin II c. 1638.
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