Sir Charles Sullivan 3rd bart.


Seal of Charles Sullivan and [Jean] Anne Taylor

Seal held by the British Museum. 'Rectangular topaz seal-matrix in a gold mount set with black and white pastes, the handle a butterfly with wings thrown back and loop at end. A shield of arms. Sullivan (per fess, the base per pale; in chief or, a dexter hand couped at the wrist grasping a sword erect gules, the blade entwined with a serpent proper between two lions rampant respecting each other of the of the same, the dexter base vert charged with a buck trippant or, on the sinister base per pale argent and sable a boar passant counter-changed) impaling Taylor (argent, a saltire sable between a heart in chief and in base gules and a cinquefoil in each flank vert).'


BM 1927,0216.157;

Further Information

Current Location
Dispersal Date
30th Nov -0001
Current Owner
British Museum