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A very rare George III Armorial Wine Label made in Edinburgh in 1816 by William & Patrick Cunningham.


The Wine Label is of shaped circular form and is pierced and engraved with a contemporary Crest which, in heraldic terms, is a dexter arm couped at the elbow and lying fess ways, holding in the hand a cross crosslet fitchee erect. The Crest is surmounted by the Motto Deus Providebit - God will Provide. and also displays the pierced and engraved initials AT, below. The Crest is that as used by a member of the Thomson family of Scotland. The label is also engraved with the rare title of WHISKY, which is seldom seen on Georgian labels.

Width: 1.65 inches, 4.13cm.

Length: 1.65 inches, 4.13cm.