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Berthelet [Berthelot], Thomaslocked

(d. 1555)


Berthelet [Berthelot], Thomas (d. 1555), printer, was probably of French origin, and perhaps related to Jacques Berthelot (d. 1541), bookseller at Caen from 1527 and at Rennes from 1539 to 1541. Thomas's name was spelt Berthelot by the College of Arms when granting him a coat of arms, which incorporated the fleur-de-lis. The ...

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