2 Panels with Washington Coat-of-Arms

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2 Panels with Washington Coat-of-Arms

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2 Panels with Washington Coat-of-Arms
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These windows, with the coat of arms of George Washington’s ancestors, were in Sulgrave Manor in England for several centuries. President Washington descended seventh in line from Laurence Washington, who bought the manor from King Henry VIII in 1539.
Primary Description: 
Two stained glass panels of irregular, oval shaped with Washington coat-of-arms on the left sides.
A History of Colonel John Washington Chapter (1990) illustrated, front and back cover; BIB# 44084
The World of George Washington (1974) illustrated, pp. 16-17; BIB# 18864
Sotheby's 213th season (1956) p. [34]; BIB# 24713