The Grammar of Heraldry (page 2/9)

[picture: Title page]
[picture: Bishopric of St. Asaph]

Bishopric of St. Asaph

A woodcut of two vintage keys (skeleton keys), crossed one over the other, their handles towards the bottom, taken from an heraldic shield. St. Asaph is a city in Denbigh in Wales, and is one of the smallest in the United Kingdom, with a population of under 4,000 people in 2011. The cathedral city was part of [...]Saint Asaph of Llanelvy in Wales. [more...]


[picture: Chapter I, <i>Of Blazon.</i>, Section I, Rules of Blazoning in General]
[picture: Section II, Accidents of Arms, Tinctures]
[picture: Differences, including Borders (Bordures and Imbordurings)]
[picture: Differences (continued). Sect. III, Essential Parts of Arms: The Escocheon [i.e., <i>Escutcheon</i>], Points, and Abatements]
[picture: Examples; Section IV, The several Kinds of Escocheons.]

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