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Gîv, dressed in a tiger-skin coat and helmet, leads the young Kay Khusrau and his mother Farangîs across the Oxus.

Rustam, fully armed and wearing his traditional tiger-skin coat and leopard hat, comes out through a gateway to kill an enraged white elephant that has trampled its keeper.

Dame de Pera. Woman in long white dress and shorter pale blue coat with gold trims, wearing pearls over one shoulder; shown in three-quarter back view. [80]

Opening of text, two-line gold initial on blue and green field with flourish in border, red and blue initials, rubrics, placemarkers. Coat of arms. Note that ink has run somewhat.

Coat of arms of unknown owner.

Opening of text with rubric of rustic capitals, large initial, 1-line red initials, coat of arms, gold flourishes and notes in red and black ink.

Opening of text, 3-line initial and painted border design. 1-line initials and coat of arms.

Coat of arms.

Front pastedown. Notes in modern hand and coat of arms of the abbey of Citeaux.

Historiated initial and another coat of arms.

Coat of arms; of early owner?

Opening of prologue. Large gold initial with vinescroll. Gold rubric on red field. Cherub and coat of arms with initials LB.

Miniature of John the Evangelist, 3-line initial, border with grotesques and coat of arms.

Large initial with miniature and grotesques. Full border design. Coat of arms. Blue rubric. Opening of De officiis. Stamp of library of Antoine Moriau.

Portrait of praying owners, with coat of arms displayed on the altar cloth; image of the giant St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child across the river.

Coat of Arms of Ebert Eberhart

Coat of Arms of the Holzschuher Family

Coat of arms of owner?

Coat of arms of early owner (Schoten arms), plus other coats of arms.

Schuyler coat of arms, 1656.

Miniature of the Crucifixion, with erased coat of arms of first owner.

Opening of text with large initial, rubric and border, with picture of saint or pope(?) and coat of arms. Hand 1.

Second coat of arms of early owner.

Coat of arms of early owner.

Two white oxen pulling cart bearing furniture and driver, following attendant in blue coat

Two white oxen pulling cart bearing furniture and driver, following attendant in blue coat

[Titlepage: Coat of Arms] Vorst Van Fulda.

Wild Irish, or Paddy from Cork with his coat buttoned behind

House Coat.

House Coat.

Man with heraldic shield, sword, and purse hanging from belt, wearing fur-trimmed coat and fur hat.

[Massachusetts coat of arms.]

Spanish Coat of Arms. Ft. Marion, St. Augustine, Florida.

The Door way of the Fort, showing the old Spanish Coat of Arms over the door.

Spanish Coat of Arms. Ft. Marion, St. Augustine, Florida.

The Door way of the Fort, showing the old Spanish Coat of Arms over the door.

The Door way of the Fort, showing the old Spanish Coat of Arms over the door.

The Door way of the Fort, showing the old Spanish Coat of Arms over the door.

[Studio protrait of unidentified man, standing, wearing long coat.]

The Spanish Coat of Arms and inscription over the gate or Sallyport of the Fort.

The Spanish Coat of Arms and inscription over the gate or Sallyport of the Fort.

The Spanish Coat of Arms and inscription over the gate or Sallyport of the Fort.

The Spanish Coat of Arms and inscription over the gate or Sallyport of the Fort.

The Spanish Coat of Arms and inscription over the gate or Sallyport of the Fort.

The Spanish Coat of Arms and inscription over the gate or Sallyport of the Fort.

Claiborne's coat of arms with a motto "Clibbor ne sceame"

Mlle. Luquet in a coat and hat.

Coat of arms of William Claiborne.

Bill in coat and cap.

Coat of arms

[Studio portrait of man dressed in suit and coat, holding bowler hat.]

[Mule or bedroom slipper in green velvet, with coat of arms embroidered in silk and metallic threads, made by Abrahams, Westbourne Grove, W.]

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat

Leonardo, Windsor, 1125. [A youth in short coat and fluttering sleeves, spear in hand and arm akimbo.]

Mr. Rork-Prince-Entrance Coat over Blue Shirt

Mr. Rork-Prince-Entrance Coat over Blue Shirt

Luxembourg coat of arms

Soldier, "Schellenbaum" and Esternach coat of arms

[Dapper man, coat draped over his arm, and cane in hand.]

General Wayne's uniform coat - General Wayne's seal ring

Luxembourg coat of arms

Ladies tailored topcoats in correct new styles; Model No. 191. Fly front swagger coat with slash pockets and stitched edges; Model No. 192. Stylish form fitting model; Model No. 193. Fashionable revere front single-breasted; Model No. 194. Two-button double-breasted; Model No. 195. Modish three-button swagger style; Model No. 196. Popular single-breasted raglan.

[Studio portrait of woman wearing hat, and velvet coat.]

New trends in ladies tailored topcoats: double-breasted open pleat style; open pleat style in single-breasted model; three-button double-breasted, two buttons to button style; five-button finger-tip swagger coat; bal-raglan with convertible military collar; sporty sigle-breasted raglan with all around belt.

Girl in coat, signed "Miss Finch"

Opening page of text, large initial, border design, Guerruci coat of arms.