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The unidentified arms are:- argent, a fess sable between three posthorns sable below the motto 'Cornu Saluti'.
Cornwell is a village near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, not far from the ancient Royal Forest of Wychwood.
Early English Huntsman's horns are rare. A very similar horn, of an earlier date but with replacement mounts is the Delamere Horn, now in the Grosevenor Museum, Chester.
See also: Joseph C. Bridge.,‘Horns’,Journal of the Chester and North Wales Archaeological and Historic Society, new series, vol. 11, 1905, pp.85-166.
|Width||18.50 cm||(7.28 inches)|