Some Feudal Coats of Arms from Heraldic Rolls 1298-1418: Illustrated with 830 Zinco Etchings from Effigies, Brasses and Coats of Arms

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J. Parker & Company, 1902 - Devices (Heraldry) - 268 pages

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Page 65 - Dunstable tournament 13o8, quarterly per fess indented azure and argent (in the first quarter) a lvon passant gardant or (l.'.) and PurIv. Roll -H. 6137 fo. 27''.
Page 229 - Quarterly gules and ermine in the first and fourth a goat's head erased silver, the horns gold.
Page 53 - Calais 134,, quarterly argent and gules, on a bend sable three mullets of the firsL The metal is altered to or in the Ashmole MS.
Page 103 - Willey (e 1325)— bore, quarterly per fess daneeHce argent and sable, in the first and fourth quarters a bugle horn of the lasL Shirley.] F.
Page 93 - Roll) bore. per fess argent and gules a lyon rampant within a bordure all eounterehanged (F.); Ashmole eopy of Dering Roll.
Page 59 - Beds.- (E. n. Roll) bore, quarterly argent and sable, a label (3) gules ; Parliamentary Roll. Constable, Sir "William -(E. i. Roll) bore, quarterly vair and gules ; Sir ROBERT bore the same with a bend " engréle " or ; Nativity Roll, though gules and vair in the Parliamentary Roll.
Page 59 - Compton, bore, sable three esquires' helmets 2 & I argent.- -Shirley.] F. Comyn, John— (EI Roll) bore, gules three garbs or. (F.) Ascribed also to Sir JOHN in the Guillim Roll. See BucHAN. Comyn, Sir John, of Lincolnshire— (E. n. Roll) bore, argent, crusily and three garbs gules ; Parliamentary Roll. Comyn, (H. in. Roll) bore, azure, semee of estoilcs or, a chief argent, over all three garbs argent (sic) (? counterchanged) banded gules.
Page 47 - HLRoll)tore,cheequy or and azure, on a fess gules three mullets argenL (F.) Arden and SL George Rolls; sometimes wriHen CAPEL. See also CAtLL Ceinteyno, John de (or ST.

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