|Title||[Coat of arms: Fridericus Elector Palatinis]|
|Collection||Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection|
|Id Number Current Accession||F.23|
|Id Number Current Repository||1208|
|Inscription||T.E.B.. no."5767" (label). Inscribed in ink ´Fridericus Elector Palatinis etc.´ and ´RMH NDW´.|
|Location Creation Site||Germany|
|Measurements Dimensions||155 x 185 mm|
|Material||Ink, paint on paper.|
|Notes||Mounted. Arms of Frederick, Elector of the Palatinate. The Palatinate was a territory under the jurisdiction of a Count Palatine (under medieval feudal-type laws); the Count Palatine having local authority that elsewhere belongs only to a sovereign (deriving from the Latin 'palatinus' - meaning 'of the palace').
This would have originally been part of the Central School's Teaching Examples Collection.
|Object Notes||Coat of arms, lion, knights helmet and shields (decorated with diamonds, lions and an orb); floriate decoration. (Crest surmounted by a lion, surrounded by brightly coloured strapwork and scroll border.)|
|Rights||University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection|
|Work Type||Fine Art|