Scottish Armorial Seals

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W. Green, 1904 - Heraldry - 382 pages
 

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Page 321 - Three fleurs de lis within a bordure charged with eight buckles. 2nd and 3rd : A fess chequy within a bordure engrailed charged with eight buckles.
Page 96 - ... June? 1770. Monday, 1 1 June. A plowman near Biggleswade, in Bedfordshire, threw up a pot of gold coins, supposed of Edward VI. [presumably Edward IV] one of them measured exactly one inch, one quarter, and one eighth in diameter; the representation on one side is a man in armour, in a ship, holding a sword in his right hand, and on his left arm a shield, with four compartments of three lions and three fleur-de-lis. On the other side a large cross equally divided, the legend hardly to be made...
Page 321 - RS at sides, bearing arms : — 1st and 4th : three fleur-de-lis within a bordure charged with eight buckles. 2nd and 3rd : a fess chequy within a bordure engrailed.
Page 128 - Couche. 1st : [Three boar heads]. 2nd : Three lion heads erased. 3rd : [Three crescents within a royal tressure]. 4th : Three fraises. Crest : On a helmet front face with wreath, a [stag] head. Background of scroll work for mantling.
Page 325 - Beneath a shield bearing arms : 1st and 4th : three fleur-de-lis within a bordure charged with eight buckles. 2nd and 3rd : a fess chequy within a bordure charged with eight buckles. Surtout : a saltire between four roses. Legend (Goth : lc) : S' : robertus : elictus : Cathanen : epus : cfirmat.
Page 128 - Three boar heads erased. 2nd: Three lion heads erased. 3rd : Three crescents within a royal tressure. 4th : Three fraises. Crest : On a helmet with mantling and coronet, a stag head. Supporters: Two greyhounds.
Page 195 - Ross, c. 1365 — c. 1380. 1st and 4th: On a bend three buckles (Leslie). 2nd and 3rd : Three lions rampant (Ross). The shield is supported on the breast of an eagle dispiayed.
Page 230 - On an imperial crown proper a lion sejant affronte gules imperially crowned Or, holding in the dexter paw a sword, and in the sinister a sceptre erect also proper (for Scotland).
Page 128 - Arms: quarterly, 1st, three boar heads couped ; 2nd, three lion heads erased ; 3rd, three crescents within a royal tressure ; 4th, three fraises.
Page 130 - Beneath a shield, ensigned with a mitre, bearing arms: — 1st: Three boar heads couped. 2nd : Three lion heads erased. 3rd : Three crescents within a royal tressure. 4th : Three fraises ? Legend (Caps.) : 8 . ROTVNDVM . WILLELMI • EPISCOPI . ABERDONEN.

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