Apparent single-sided seal of Saer de Quincy, earl of Winchester (d.1219). The seal depicts the earl on horseback to *sinister*, wearing a mail hauberk and a surcoat, and carrying a sword and a long convex shield, which is ornamented and has a central spike.
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[ ]GILL [ ] SAERI [ ] (“Seal…of Saer…”).
Note: this is a detached seal and it is possible that it in fact pertains either to Saer’s uncle, Saer (d.1190), or the latter Saer’s son (d.1192).
Dimensions: 2 ¼ in. diameter.
SW III, p.551.