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" But there was another course open — Denbigh County may have taken the Arms of Denbigh Borough, as we shall find Glamorganshire did those of its County Town, and it is not unusual for the Arms of the County and County Town to be identical. The Arms... "
An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great ... - Page 368
by John Woody Papworth - 1874 - 1125 pages
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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Robson (engraver.) - Great Britain - 1830
...DIEULACRE, Abbey, [Staffs.] sa. a crosier, in pale, betw. three garbs, or. DENBIGH, Town, [Denbighshire] on a mount, a castle triple-towered, with spires and fanes on each ; on a mount before the castle, a greyhound, couchant, . . ; on each side the castle, an escutcheon ; on...
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - Heraldry - 1830
...DIEULACRE, Abbey, [Staffs.] sa. a crosier, in pale, betw. three garbs, or. DENBIGH, Town, [Denbighshire] on a mount, a castle triple-towered, with spires and fanes on each ; on a mount before the castle, a greyhound, coucbant, . . ; ou each side the castle, an escutcheon ; on...
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Bye-gones: Relating to Wales and the Border Counties

Wales - 1892
...unusual for the Arms of the County and County Town to be identical. The Arms of Denbigh Borough are : " On a mount a castle triple-towered, with spires and...the mount, before the castle, a greyhound couchant. Ou each side the castle an escutcheon, on the dexter the Arms of France and England, on the sinister...
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