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Cast of a seal of Walter, first Prior of England

3607 1143 Museum of the Order of St John

Cast of a circular seal. In the centre the prior kneeling in adoration to the right, before a patriarchal cross. In the field on the right the sacred letters alpha and omega. Legend around the outs...

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Cast of a seal of Arnaldus, Prior of St Gilles

3606 1140 - 1142 Museum of the Order of St John

Cast of a circular seal. In the centre the prior kneeling in adoration to the right, before a patriarchal cross, legend surrounding whole.

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Cast of an unidentified seal

2299 1216 Museum of the Order of St John

Cast of a pointed-oval-shaped seal. In the centre a figure of St John the Baptist flanked by foliage, a small kneeling figure below and Agnus Dei to the left, legend surrounding whole.

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Casts of a seal and counter seal of Hugh Dawnay, Prior of England

3609 1216 Museum of the Order of St John

Two casts of a circular seal. In the centre is the head of St. John the Baptist with nimbus. To the left an etoile, to the right a crescent. Legend around the outside. Reverse design: St. John the ...

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Casts of an unidentified seal.

2297 1200 - 1299 Museum of the Order of St John

Three casts of the same pointed-oval-shaped seal with a patriarchal cross in the centre surrounded by an illegible seal.Two casts in green plaster, one mounted on card with paper label, the third c...

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Casts of seal and counter seal of Richard de Turk, Prior of England

4036 1165 - 1170 Museum of the Order of St John

Seal is pointed oval with design of the Master kneeling in adoration to the right before an altar on which is a patriarchal cross. A small oval counter seal with impression of an antique oval intag...

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Casts of seal and counter-seal of Grand Prior Robert de Dive

4041 1223 - 1234 Museum of the Order of St John

The cast of the seal shows head of John the Baptist surrounded by legend. The cast of the counter-seal has an Agnus Dei with a three tailed flag carried upon a patriarchal cross.