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The Book of Family Crests: Comprising Nearly Every Family Bearing, Properly ...
John Peter Elven
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arm embowed arm in armour armour embowed arrow attired Baron Bart beak bezant buck's head bull's head chapeau charged with three Chesh Cornw crescent crest cross croslet cross pattee cubit arm erect cuffed demi demi-eagle demi-griffin demi-lion rampant Derb Devon dexter arm dexter hand holding dexter paw dragon's head ducal coronet ducally crowned ducally gorged Durh eagle displayed Earl erminois escallop escutcheon falcon fess fleur-de-lis fructed Glouc greyhound greyhound's head griffin's head erased guardant Hants head couped Herts hilt and pomel holding a sword issuing Kent laurel leopard's head lion passant lion rampant lion's gamb lion's head erased Lond martlet Middx mount mouth mullet mural naiant Norf Northamp Salop saltier scymitar sinister Somers spear stag stag's head erased statant Suff Surr Suss sword in pale talbot talbot's head turned up erm unicorn's head vested Warw wings expanded wings indorsed wolfs head wreathed York
Page 352 - Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich feathers argent, therefrom issuant a falcon rising of the last. O' BYRNE Gules a chevron between three dexter hands couped at the wrist argent.
Page 527 - CREST — A demi-savage grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown or. MOTTO— This I'll defend.
Page 339 - On a naval crown, or; the chelengk, or plume of triumph...
Page 241 - Crest of augmentation, out of a naval crown, the rim encircled with a branch of laurel, an arm, embowed, vested in naval uniform, grasping a flag-staff, flowing therefrom a flag, inscribed "Cottaro.*' — Family Crest, two wings, addorsed, or.
Page 416 - Sexton, [London] ar. three chaplets, in bend, gu. betw. two bend lets of the last. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr. garnished of the first, holding in the gauntlet an anchor sa. fluke and cable or.
Page 82 - ACRE ; also a crest of augmentation, a Highlander of the 92d foot, up to the middle in water, grasping in his right hand a broad-sword, and in his left a banner, inscribed
Page 454 - Crest, on a wreatli a book erect gu., clasped and ornamented or ; thereon a silver penny, on which is written the Lord's Prayer ; on the top of the book a dove proper, in its beak a crowquill aa. Motto, Pnxmium virtutls honos...
Page 118 - Out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., holding a forked pennon, of the last, flowing to the sinister, one-third per pale from the staff, ar., charged with the cross of St. George.