The Grammar of Heraldry (page 1/8)

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Images and scanned pages from The Grammar of Heraldry by Samuel Kent, 1718.

I am in the process of scanning this book and transcribing it. Here is the full text of the book as far as I have done so far, together with links to the scanned pages.

Title: The Grammar of Heraldry

Author: Kent, Samuel

City: London

Date: 1718

Total items: 56

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Some sample images

[picture: Botereux of Cornwall -- Bromwich]

Botereux of Cornwall – Bromwich

Coats of arms (family crests) for the following: [more...] [$]

[picture: Ambesace -- Arnold of Gloucestershire]

Ambesace – Arnold of Gloucestershire

Coats of arms (family crests) for the following:
Ambesace;
Anderson of Scotland;
Andrews of Buckinghamshire;
Andrews of Harsfield in Gloucestershire;
The Rt. Hon. Arthur Annestey, E. of Anglesea;
Anteshye;
Appleton of Essex;
Areskine of Scotland;
Armestrong;
Arnold of Gloucestershire. [more...] [$]

[picture: Bevill of Cornwall -- The Rt. Hon. George Booth, Earl of Warrington]

Bevill of Cornwall – The Rt. Hon. George Booth, Earl of Warrington

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[picture: Gawdey of Norfolk: The silver tortoise]

Gawdey of Norfolk: The silver tortoise

An heraldic emblazon (a shield) showing an old woodcut of a tortoise. [more...] [$]

[picture: Gawdey of Norfolk -- The Bishoprick of Gloucester]

Gawdey of Norfolk – The Bishoprick of Gloucester

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Images and scanned pages from The Grammar of Heraldry by Samuel Kent, 1718.

I am in the process of scanning this book and transcribing it. Here is the full text of the book as far as I have done so far, together with links to the scanned pages.


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