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The butt of jokes


George Duke of Clarence and his wife Isabel Neville,
as depicted in Victorian stained glass windows in Cardiff Castle

Clarence was allegedly ordered drowned in a butt of Malmsey wine by Richard III 

The duke is flanked by his arms showing
1st and 4th, France ancien, 2nd and 3rd England
and the Neville arms
Gules a saltire Argent, a label of three points gobony, Argent and Azure;
Isabel is flanked by her father’s Neville arms and by the white rose of York


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