No, not the type with flappers. I was Googling last night and was excited to find this book: Seals by Walter de Gray Birch.
Here’s the seal of Eleanor de Clare, heroine of The Traitor’s Wife, and her second husband, William la Zouche. Eleanor’s, of course, is the second one. (Look at the end of the post if for some reason Google’s not letting you see the images below.)
And here’s the seal of Eleanor’s eldest son, Hugh le Despenser the even younger (died 1349), the hero of Hugh and Bess:
Neat, eh? Zouche and Hugh, of course, are shown with their coats of arms, while Eleanor has a shield with the lions of England (reminding us that she was a granddaughter of Edward I) and another with the arms of Clare (her father, of course, was Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester).
Zouche and Eleanor: