Single-sided seal of the abbot and convent of Dryburgh Abbey, described by Stevenson and Wood as the first seal. The seal depicts the abbot front face with a mitre, a crozier in his right hand and a book pressed to his chest in his left hand. At each side is a *roundel* and a curved line.
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SIGILLVM ABBATIS ET CONVENTV DE DRIBVRGH (“Seal of the abbot and convent of Dryburgh”)