Second Seal of King Henry IV

Second Seal of King Henry IV

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Caption: Second Seal of King Henry IV, Reverse Wax impression of the Second Seal of King Henry IV. The king, mounted on a galloping horse, holds a chained sword. He wears armour heraldically ornamented with royal arms; the helmet with the crest of England, and shield with the arms of France and England. The horse is caparisoned heraldically, and on its head is the crest of England. The seal is from a ratification by the king of a treaty of commerce between England and Flanders, 2 June 1411 Originally published in England; 1411.

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