A Display of Heraldry
A Display of Heraldry by William Newton published in 1846. This faithful facsimile of the original publication has over 440 pages and is a profusely illustrated work on the art and science of heraldry. It covers the whole spectrum of the topic from its origins to the Victorian perversions of the art of heraldry. Topics covered also include orders of knighthood and titles and their heraldic privileges.
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