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" Gould, on a Bend Sables, a Speare of the first steeled argent. And for his creast or cognizaunce a falcon his winges displayed Argent standing on a wrethe of his coullers: suppo(rting) a Speare Gould steeled as aforesaid sett vppon a helmett with mantelles... "
The handbook to English heraldry - Page 310
by Charles Boutell, Arthur Charles Fox-Davies - 1914 - 351 pages
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The assignment of arms to Shakespere and Arden 1596-1599

Stephen Isaacson Tucker - 1884
...g(arter principal king) of Arms have assigned, graunted, and by these p'ntes confirmed : This shie(ld) of Arms. Viz. Gould on A Bend Sables a Speare of the first steeled argent. And for his Creast or Cognizance a falcon his winges displayed Argent standing on a wrethe of his Coullors suppo(rtinge)...
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The Bacon-Shakspere Question Answered

Charlotte Carmichael Stopes - 1889 - 266 pages
...Robert Arden of Wilmcote, in the said county, esquire." William Dethick, Garter king-of-arms, granted a shield or cote of arms, viz., Gould on a bend sables,...argent ; and for his crest or cognizance a falcon, his wings displayed argent, standing on a wrethe of his coullers, supporting a speare, gould set upon a...
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The Outlook, Volume 87

Francis Rufus Bellamy - 1907
...Warwickshire. Happily, the poet relieved their embarrassment by accepting the Shakespeare arms alone. Gould, on a bend sables a speare of the first, steeled argent ; and for his crest or cognizapce a falcon, his winges displayed argent, standing on a wrethe of his coullers, supporting...
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The Connoisseur, Volume 11

James Thomas Herbert Baily - Art - 1905
...assigned, graunted and by these presentes confirmed this shield or cote of arms, viz. : Gould, on a tend sables a speare of the first, steeled argent ; and for his crest or cogn1zance a falcon, his winges displayed, argent, standing on a wrethe of h1s coullors, supporting...
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The Outlook, Volume 87

Francis Rufus Bellamy - History - 1907
...Warwickshire. Happily, the poet relieved their embarrassment by accepting the Shakespeare arms alone. Gould, on a bend sables a speare of the first, steeled...Cognizance a falcon, his winges displayed argent, standing on-a wrethe of his coullers, supporting a speare gould, steeled as aforesaid, sett upon a helmett with...
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New Outlook, Volume 87

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1907
...Warwickshire. Happily, the poet relieved their embarrassment by accepting the Shakespeare arms alone. Gould, on a bend sables a speare of the first, steeled...winges displayed argent, standing on a wrethe of his coullers, supporting a speare gould, steeled as aforesaid, sett upon a helmett with mantelles and tasselles...
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The Authorship of Shakespeare

James Gilmer McManaway - Drama - 1962 - 50 pages
Folger guides provide lively, authoritative surveys of important aspects of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English cultural history. Attractively illustrated with material ...
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James Joyce and Heraldry

Michael J. O'Shea - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 196 pages
...so does his coat of arms. The arms blazoned in the extant drafts of the original grant (1596), "Gould on a Bend sables a Speare of the first steeled argent" (Scott-Giles 37) illustrate the principle of "canting" arms; that is, they employ a visual pun...
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William Shakespeare: A Compact Documentary Life

Samuel Schoenbaum - Biography & Autobiography - 1987 - 384 pages
...King-ofArms declares that he has assigned and confirmed this shield: 'Gold, on a bend sables, a spear of the first steeled argent, and for his crest or cognizance a falcon, his wings displayed argent, standing on a wreath of his colours, supporting a spear gold, steeled as aforesaid,...
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Studies in Shakespeare, Bibliography, and Theatre

James McManaway - 1990 - 417 pages
...motto, Non sanz droict, and made a drawing of his arms (see Plate 12) : Gold, on a bend sables, a spear of the first steeled argent. And for his crest or cognizance a falcon, his wings displayed argent, standing on a wreath of his colors, supporting a spear gold, steeled as aforesaid,...
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