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English: Badge of Prince Edward (later Edward VI) of England, published in John Leland, Genethliacon (1543)
Date 1543
Source Original publication: John Leland, Genethliacon (London, 1543)
Immediate source: John Leland, Genethliacon (London, 1543)
Author Unknown artist
(Life time: Active 1543)

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