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" The five leaves which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose are, in Heraldry, called the barbs, and thus blazoned, a rose gu. barbed and seeded ppr. Barnacles, instruments used by farriers to curb horses. Baron and femme (per) , impalement of the... "
The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales: Comprising a ... - Page xxxv
by Bernard Burke - 1864 - 1185 pages
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The armorial bearings of the several incorporated companies of Newcastle ...

James Walker (of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.), Moses Aaron Richardson - 1824
...of any thing tied round with a band. Banner. A flag, standard, or encarried at the end of a Barbed. The five leaves which appear on the outside of a fullblown rose, are in heraldry called the barbs. A rose gules, barbed and seeded proper, is to be represented in painting thus : The rose gules, the...
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The armorial bearings of the ... incorporated companies of Newcastle upon ...

James Walker, Moses Aaron Richardson - 1824 - 64 pages
...tied round with a band. Banner. A flag, standard, or ensign, carried at the end of a pole. Barbed. The five leaves which, appear on the outside of a fullblown rose, are in heraldry called the barbs. A rose gules, barbed and seeded proper, is to be represented in painting thus : The rose gules, the...
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A Short and Easy Introduction to Heraldry, in Two Parts ...

Hugh Clark - Heraldry - 1827 - 334 pages
...fess is confined to the centre. T. 4, n. 14. BARBED. This term is used when the green leaves or petals which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose, are in heraldry called barbs. BARBED ARROW, an arrow whose head is pointed and jagged. BARBED AND CRESTED, a term for the...
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An introduction to heraldry, by H.Clark

Hugh Clark (heraldic engraver.) - 1829
...fess is confined to the centre. T. 4, n. 14. BARBED. This term is used when the green leaves or petals which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose are in heraldry called barbs. BARBED AND CRESTED, a term for the comb and gills of a cock, particularly if of a different...
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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility & gentry ...

Thomas Robson (engraver.) - 1830
...See PI. 20, fig. 15, of the fesse cantoned. BARBED, [French, barbé, or barbelé] the five petals, or leaves, which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose, are, in heraldry, called the barbs, and are blazoned thus, a rose gu. barbed and seeded ppr. ; and are painted thus, the rose gu. the barbs...
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - Heraldry - 1830
...See PI. 20, fig. 15, of the fesse cantoned. BARBED, [French, barbé, or barbelé] the five petals, or leaves, which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose, are, in heraldry, called the barbs, and are blazoned thus, a rose gu. barbed and seeded ppr. ; and are painted thus, the rose gu. the barbs...
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - Heraldry - 1830
...See PI. 20, fig. 15, of the fesse cantoned. BARBED, [French, barle, or barbele] the five petals, or leaves, which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose, are, in heraldry, called the barbs, aud are blazoned thus, a rose gu. barbed and seeded ppr. ; aud are painted thus, the rose gu. the barbs...
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An Introduction to Heraldry: Containing the Origin and Use of Arms; Rules ...

Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull - Heraldry - 1854 - 267 pages
...field ; whereas the fess is confined to the centre. T. 4, n. 14. BARBED. The green leaves or petals which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose are in heraldry called barbs, and are thus blazoned : a rose, gu., barbed and seeded ppr. BARBED ARROW, an arrow whose head...
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An Introduction to Heraldry: With Nearly One Thousand Illustrations ...

Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull - Heraldry - 1866 - 279 pages
...field; whereas the fess is confined to the centre. PL iv., n. 14. BARRED. The green leaves or petals which appear on the outside of a full-blown rose are in heraldry called barbs, and are thus blazoned : a rose, gu., barbed and seeded ppr. BARRED AREOW, an arrow whose head...
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