10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AFFRONTEE»
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The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, ...
Gu. on a chev. invected erm. betw. three Saracens' heads affrontee cotiped at the
neck ppr. an anchor erect betw. two fleur-de-lis sa. Crest — A Saracen's head
affrontee erased at the neck. ppr. wreathed about the temples or and sa. betw.
Leighton 34 A Man's head affrontee ppr. Frost 35 A Man's head affrontee erased
at the neck 36 A Man's Bust, or a man's head affrontee couped below the
shoulders 37 A Man's head in profile couped below shoulders, or a Bust in profile
Charles Norton Elvin, Elvin, 2009
Fairbairn's Book of Crests of the Families of Great Britain ...
Dundas of Blair Castle, Perth, a lion's head affrontee gu., looking through a bush
of oak ppr. Essayez. 21.9 Dundas, Sir Sydney James, Bart, of Beechwood,
Midlothian, a lion's head affrontee in a bush of oak, all ppr. Essayez. 21. 7
Dundas of ...
The book of family crests: comprising nearly every family ...
Northumb. and Salop, two lion's gambs erect, gu. pi. 20, n. 28. Notts., a swan's
head erased, ar., (gorged with a chapiet, vert.) pi. 70, n. 7. , Salop., on an eastern
coronet, or, a tiger's head and neck affrontee, ppr. pi. 44, n.18. , on a chapeau, ...
The grammar of heraldry
John Edwin Cussans. Helm, or Helmet. The Helmet is always placed on the top
of the escutcheon, and varies in form and material, according to the rank of the
bearer. The Royal helmet is represented of gold : it stands affrontee, and is ...
The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the ...
gu. a chev. embattled and counter-embattled, betw. six halberts in pairs saltier-
ways, or. Furse. The same arms. — Crest, a lion, sejant affrontee, holding in the
dexter paw a dagger, and in the sinister, a fleur-de-lis. Furse, [Halsdon, Devons.]
A History of Clan Campbell: From the Restoration to the ...
Crest: a lion's head affrontee proper. Motto: I BEARE IN MIND. It will be noted that
there is no mark of cadency on his achievement and one wonders if he was not,
in fact, the elder brother. John and his son, Alexander Campbell, were famous ...
The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the ...
Crest, a Saracen's head, affrontee, ppr. wreathed about the temples ar. and sa.
Manlery, sa. on a chief ar. a demi lion ramp, issuant, of the first. Manley, [
Wilshamstone, Beds.; and Poultou, Ches.] ar. a dexter hand, couped and erect,
within a ...
Thomas Robson (engraver.), 1830
Inquiries Into the Origin and Progress of the Science of ...
Some Heralds ' contend, that the arms of Plantagenet were originally leopards,
amongst whom Sandford Wolf. Bear. Horse. Stag's- Head . Cabossed. Talbols
and Greyhounds. is decisive. The leopard's head affrontee was the usual figure ...
British Crests: Containing The Creats And Mottos Of The ...
72. cr. 5. Mompisson of Bathampton, 'Wiltshire, a plume of ostrich feathers, argent
, the centre sable, all turned, or. Ma joy en Dieu seulement. PL 72. cr. 5.
Moncaster, Eng. an old man's head affrontee, crowned with a ducal coronet, or.
PL 7i. cr.
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