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    Posted 4 years ago

    LesleyParish
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    I have found something in my attic that is blowing my mind..... In their original case, two antique goblets with the Royal House of Stuart crest. The crest reads at the top in Latin "JAMIAS-ARRIERE (Never Behind) and at the bottom FIAMIOR-QUO-PARATIOA I could not find a Latin meaning to that saying. Can they be the real thing??? I don't know much about antique glasses but they fit perfectly in the case and they are in perfect condition.

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    1. OldeAsDirt OldeAsDirt, 4 years ago
      Very pretty! I do not see this coat of arms on the Stewart site. HRH Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh has a man with a club on his CoA to represent Greece and Denmark but the club is lowered. Also note that the unicorn has two horns?

      I am fascinated by this discovery and hope you share the findings with us.
    2. OldeAsDirt OldeAsDirt, 4 years ago
      Just realized that it is a gazelle
    3. OldeAsDirt OldeAsDirt, 4 years ago
      ..... or antelope?
    4. LesleyParish LesleyParish, 4 years ago
      Thanks OldAsDirt and all who love these beautiful old goblets

      Kind Regards

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