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Ripa, Walter de (fl. 1218–1227), goldsmith and maker of seals, was probably a Londoner—the name de Ripa was fairly common in the early thirteenth-century city. Two entries in the close rolls name him in connection with the production of the king's seal, and on the basis of the lettering and figure-style on the seal it is possible to attribute others to him. Taken together, these show that over a decade he attracted a range of important patrons....

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See Roettier [Roettiers] family