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FAMILY CREST:
LOWNDES

The crest of Lowndes family (Buckinghamshire and Cheshire).
The motto is "Ways and Means".
The crest is described as "a leopard's head, erased at neck, gorged with a laurel-branch".
The crest has been found on a sterling silver vesta case hallmarked Birmingham 1888, maker T. & J. Bragg Ltd.

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family crest: LOWNDES















vesta case with family crest: LOWNDES
hallmark on vesta case with family crest: LOWNDES


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