Familiewapens op lakstempels / zegelstempels,
soms bekend, soms onbekend.
Coat of arms on wax seal stamps,
sometimes known, sometimes unknown.
Collection: Delta 98 Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands


known: Vrijland and Fraser of Saltoun, Lords of Philorth and Fraserburgh

two wax seals from the estate of:

Liesbeth / Elisabeth Margaretha Julia Vrijland (1955-2021),

daughter of Cornelis Wilhelmus Derk Vrijland (1916-2012) 


Bartha / Adriana Engelbartha Fraser (1918-2006)

- this Fraser wax seal is sold to an US collection -

the Vrijland / Vryland coat of arms 
is documented at the CBG - The Hague as:
a shield quarterly, 
I and IV - in red / gules, per fess of silver / argent between stars,
II and III - in red / gules a roze with leaves (on our stamp it looks like a tulip), a crescent and in blue / azure two stars

the Fraser coat of arms at the CBG:
a shield quarterly,
I and IV - in blue / azure, three flowers / frases (on our stamp they are depicted as stars)
II - in gold / Or, a lion rampant, debruised by a riband of red / gules,
III - in red / gules a lion rampant
as crest an ostrich holding a horseshoe in it's beak,
as motto: In God Is All
after some limited research we found Bartha Fraser to be 
the daughter of Jan Fraser (1871-1949)
the son of Jan Jacob Fraser (1896 born in Middelburg)
son of Gerrit Hubertus Fraser,
son of Hugh Adriaan Fraser (1815 born in Vlissingen)
son of Jan Fraser (1776-1852)
son of Hugh / Huybrecht Fraser (1745-1823)

son of Alexander Fraser (born circa 1720) and Anna McCulloch, they married in 1745 in Abernethy and Kincardine, Moray, Scotland

the coat of arms, specific with angels as supporters and motto God Is All, 
leads us to the 18th Century 
House of Fraser of Saltoun, Lords of Philorth and Fraserburgh

see here below no. 17 (click to enlarge)

And what about the ostrich with a horseshoe in it's beak?

For centuries, in several cultures, one thought ostriches 
were fond of eating metal objects
William Shakespeare writes in The Second Part of King Henry VI:

I'll make thee eat iron like an ostrich and swallow my sword like a great pin

and this is a 17th century Dutch delft blue tile:

the wax seal stamps are for sale at
Delta 98 Den Haag 
The Hague, The Netherlands