The Grammar of Heraldry (page 1/9)


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Title: The Grammar of Heraldry

Author: Kent, Samuel

City: London

Date: 1718

Total items: 56

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[picture: Burninghill -- The Arms of the Archiepiscopal See of Canterbury]

Burninghill – The Arms of the Archiepiscopal See of Canterbury

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[picture: The Rt. Hon. Charles Bennet. E. of Tankervile -- Bevers of Hogsdo]

The Rt. Hon. Charles Bennet. E. of Tankervile – Bevers of Hogsdo

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[picture: Dobbs -- The worshipful Company of Drapers]

Dobbs – The worshipful Company of Drapers

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[picture: Hassenhul -- Hill of Shilston in Cornwall]

Hassenhul – Hill of Shilston in Cornwall

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