Postcard sent in Great Britain.
Verso marked with name, "Aqua Photo".
Postcard sent in France to Madame Chesnel from Ida Delforge. Recto marked with initials, "J. H."
Postcard sent in France to Madame Delande.
Postcard sent in France to Monsieur and Madame Jules Lebossé from A. Brusseaux.
Postcard sent in France to Monsieur Lacombe.
Bookplate's design consists of a straight wreath charged with a lion's head, erased. Bookplate owner's name below. ; Bookplate Type : Heraldic ; Bookplate Function : Ownership
This bookplate consists of an or (gold) escutcheon, on which are three etoile topped crescents, two over one. There is also an additional smaller crescent located at the precise middle chief of the escutcheon. According to heraldic symbolism, the crescent represents the second son. On top of the shield is a helmet in profile, beaver open. Atop the helmet is a curved crest wreath and another etoile topped crescent. The crest also includes a vol...
Black ink on tan paper. Shield of Cercle Francais is surrounded by a double border with heavy mantling. Harvard's motto is at the top of the shield in three open books. Bottom half of the shield bear the initials of the Cercle Francais. Shield rests above the main text. ; Bookplate Type : Heraldic ; Bookplate Function : Ownership
Central image is of a window with gables to the left and right above a large number of deciduous and coniferous plants and shrubs. The window looks onto a scene with an empty fireplace and a roman mantle above it holding a mounted mirror on top of it. There are various other pictures and bookcases/books held within the room in addition to an open book sitting on an antique armchair partly facing towards the open...
This bookplate's design features a devil-like figure reading a book beneath a tree, by a brook. ; Bookplate Type : Pictorial ; Bookplate Function : Ownership
A central panel with the ownership text is surrounded by mantling that comes out of a vase at the bottom. Flanking the ownership panel there are two figures holding books at each side. Hanging from the mantling on the bottom are a drum and lyre, and surrounding the top are various animals. The top of the bookplate is crowned with a globe. The creator of the bookplate is listed as K . M. S. ;...
This bookplate consists of an escutcheon quartered per cross. The dexter chief and sinister base quarters are azure (blue) with fretty of twelve pieces, or (gold) and embattled. The sinister chief and dexter base quarters are argent (silver) and contain a sable (black) fess on which are three royal crowns. On the argent background is a tree. Located at the precise middle chief of the escutcheon is a label, which represents the first son. Raised...
Heraldic bookplate in black ink. Two closed helms in profile, appropriated to esquires and gentlemen. The dexter helm is crested by a pair of wings erect with minimal mantling, and faces sinister. The sinister helm is crested by two crowned swan heads with minimal mantling, and faces dexter. The escutcheon is an honourable ordinary, represented in argent with an azure bend. The bend is charged with three wings erect. Contributor listed as Carro ; Bookplate...
Dark green ink on cream paper. Text appears above and below university shield, which is set on a dark background. ; Bookplate Type : Heraldic ; Bookplate Function : Memorial
Illustration of a case for silks on verso.
Article on verso and illustration above on recto.
Illustration in mat.