The Grammar of Heraldry (page 1/9)

Title: The Grammar of Heraldry

Author: Kent, Samuel

City: London

Date: 1718

Total items: 56

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[picture: Section I. continued; Section II. Of Things Marshall'd without the Escocheon.]
[picture: The Rt. Hon. Henry Clinton, E. of Lincoln -- Coleman]
[picture: Section V. What Field and Charge are.; Section VI. The several Kinds of Honourable Ordinaries and their Diminutives]
[picture: Handwritten notes; Examples: Abbehall of Gloucestershire; Abbington of Dowdeswel in Gloucestershire]
[picture: Examples: His Grace Thomas Hollis Pelham, D. of Newcastle; George, by the Grace of God, Kind of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, &c. Defender of the Faith, our only Rightful and Ever-Glorious Sovereign]

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