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Humbug or heraldic honours
'Humbug or heraldic honours', c1790. A vulgar character, applying for a grant of arms, admitting that his greatest achievement was escaping from Ludgate Prison by a rope which he had fixed around the statue of King Lud. This is a satire on the College of Arms.
- Image ref: 1620788
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)