Canada, Symbols of Sovereignty: An Investigation of the Arms and Seals Borne and Used from the Earliest Times to the Present in Connection with Public Authority in and Over Canada, Along with Consideration of Some Connected Flags
An investigation of the arms and seals borne and used from the earliest times to the present in connection with public authority in and over Canada, with consideration of some connected flags.
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