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" Charles V. of France, with a view apparently to distinguish between his own arms and the fleurs-de-lys borne by the English claimants of his crown, reduced the number of his fleurs-de-lys to three only. The same change was effected by Heury IV. in the... "
Heraldry: historical and popular - Page 266
by Charles Boutell - 1863 - 427 pages
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A manual of heraldry, historical and popular

Charles Boutell - Heraldry - 1863 - 427 pages
...with the Royal Banner (impaled and quartered) resting on his arm. No. 529 ; see also Nos. 349, 350. About the year 1365, CHARLES V of France, with a view...years 1406 and 1409 exist, which bear the quartered arms, (on banners instead of shields), charged with three fleurs-de-lys only. This modification of...
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The mirrour of majestie, or, The Badges of honour conceitedly emblazoned: A ...

Sir Henry Goodyere - Emblems - 1870 - 180 pages
...Charles V. of France, with a view apparently to distinguish between his own arms and the fleurs-de-lys borne by the English claimants of his crown, reduced the number of his fleurs-de-lys to tin;;: only. The same change was effected by Heury IV. in the ist and 4th Quarters of the Arms of England...
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The mirrour of majestie, or, The Badges of honour conceitedly emblazoned: A ...

Sir Henry Goodyere - Emblems - 1870 - 180 pages
...Charles V. of France, with a view apparently to distinguish between his own arms and the fleurs-dc-lys borne by the English claimants of his crown, reduced the number of his fleurs-de-lys to threc only. The same change was effected by Heury IV. in the Ist and 4th Quarters of the Arms of England...
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Notes and Queries

Questions and answers - 1868
...(according to Boutell), with a view apparently to distinguish between his own arms and the fleurs-de-lys borne by the English claimants of his crown, reduced the number of his fleurs-de-lys to three. But the shield of S. Louis (born 1226) for the first time bore three fleurs-de-lys. So that Edward...
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