|The seal is a rather battered specimen and the inscription has been obliterated. The side shown is the equestrian side, the king in majesty being depicted on the other.|
|Charter of Henry I to Christ Church, Canterbury, of 1123 (British Library, Campbell Chart. xxi 6). All images by permission of the British Library.|
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