Sir John Glanville (1586–1661), Speaker in 1640 is seen three-quarter-length in the scarlet robes of Sergeant-at-Law. He is wearing a round black cap with white lining, flat white collar, a scroll of paper in his right hand and the mace by his left elbow.
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Palace of Westminster
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