South African Coat of Arms 1932 - 2000
New Armorial Bearings and supporters were granted to the Union of South Africa by Royal Warrant in 1910. These Arms were later changed to improve their "artistic" quality and a new design was approved by the London College of Arms in 1930. An "embellished" version was approved on 21 September 1932 and came into use during 1933. It is this version which was subsequently registered at the South African Bureau of Heraldry on 13 May 1968 with the following blazon: ARMS: Quarterly per fess wavy…
Issued by Allen & Ginter | Orange Free State, from Flags of All Nations, Series 2 (N10) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands | The Met
Inscription: Printed text on upper portion of card: Orange Free StatePrinted text on lower edge of card: Allen & Ginter's/ Cigarettes/ Richmond, VirginiaPrinted text on verso of card: Flags of All Nations/ (Second Series)/ One packed in each box/ of ten cigarettes/ [checklist of all 50 flags included in series]
'Cape Dutch Architecture, Early 19th C. Stellenbosch, South Africa' Photographic Print - Fraser Hall | Art.com
Cape Dutch Architecture, Early 19th C. Stellenbosch, South Africa Photographic Print by Fraser Hall. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.