seal impression

Wax impression of a seal of King James the Sixth of Scotland and First of England. The seal is disc-shaped. On one side the king is depicted on the throne, and on the other side is a figure on horseback with a dog beneath. The seal has leather tabs protruding at the top and bottom.

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