3 edition of Scottish armorial seals. found in the catalog.
Scottish armorial seals.
William Rae Macdonald
A collection of Henderson armorial bearings. Henderson of Hallyards (4th quarter for Thomas Clayhills-Henderson of Invergowrie) – Argent three piles issuing from the dexter Sable, on a chief Ermine a crescent Gules between two mullets Or and in a canton Azure, on a chevron between three mascles Or a boar’s head erased Azure in the middle chief a fleur-de-lis Or. A Note on Scots Heraldry. by James Dempster (See also Heraldry in Scotland, a fuller article, by the same author. The Heraldry Society of Scotland has a web site.) To establish a right to a Scots coat of arms you must prove that you are the heir to it. A Scots coat of arms can only be borne by one person at a time.
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Scottish armorial seals / (Edinburgh: W. Green, ), by William Rae Macdonald (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Manuel d'héraldique, première initiation à l'art et à la science du blason. (Lausanne, Éditions Spes, ), by Donald Lindsay Galbreath and Hubert de Vevey (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Scottish Armorial Seals. Scottish Armorial Seals connecting the names of Carrick, Kennedy and Rerik. M'Creery (M'Cready) Genealogy. Christopher Teeling M'Cready, Clk., M.A., Editor 29 Molesworth Street; Dublin, Ireland November, Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland. Genealogical Table of the Family of McCready (McCreery) of County Down.
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Edinburgh: W. Green, (OCoLC) The first truly Scottish armorial dates only from Two of the oldest and most important works on the subject of Scottish heraldry are The Science of Herauldry by George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, first published inand A System of Heraldry by Alexander Nisbet, first published in Chief officer: Joseph Morrow, Lord Lyon King of Arms.
Macdonald, Scottish Armorial Seals, (). All references to this volume in the text are given by SAS and the appropriate number. Ragg, Trans Cumb & West Antiq & Arch Soc, (), New Series, 14 F has the colours reversed.
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Edinburgh: W. Green, (OCoLC) Material Type. MacDonald, William Rae, Scottish Armorial Seals, (William Green & Sons, Edinburgh, ) A collection of the descriptions of as many Scottish armorial seals as could be identified, both as armorial and as to whom they belonged, in the early twentieth century.
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Three are mentioned in a book on Scottish armorial seals by William Rae Macdonald. Rait, Sir Gervase, knight. A shield with cross engrailed. Legend (Goth. Caps.): S' G'VASII • DE • RAHT • MILIT'.
Diam. 3/4 in. Date The Armorial Insignia and City Seals, pp FlikeNoir Scottish History 11/10/ 13/01/ 9 Minutes The armorial insignia of the city, and the corporation seals, may be briefly referred to as part of our municipal history. Alexander Comyn (died ), Sheriff of Aberdeen was a fourteenth-century Scottish nobleman.
He was a younger son of Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan. The latter died inwhereupon the earldom of Buchan was inherited by Alexander's elder brother, John (died ). Alexander was married to Joanna Latimer, an Englishwoman with whom he had issue Alice and Margaret. Why use this guide.
The National Archives holds over a quarter of a million seals dating from the 11th to the 20th century. Much of the collection, which includes a number of significant royal, government and colonial seals, is from the medieval and early modern periods.
Use this guide for advice. Scottish Armorial Seals In this volume about three thousand seals, numbered and arranged alphabetically, are minutely described, with clear references to the sources from which particulars have been taken, while in many cases the exact measurement and date .Scottish Heraldic Books by The Armorial Register ®, publishers of the International Register of Arms and A Celebration of Scottish Heraldry, has embarked upon an ongoing project to make available facsimiles of historical reference books of significant interest to students of heraldry.
All the facsimiles published by us are exact copies of the original publications, often enhanced with.Heraldry (/ ˈ h ɛ r ə l d r i /) is a broad term, encompassing the design, display, and study of armorial bearings (known as armory), as well as related disciplines, such as vexillology, together with the study of ceremony, rank, and pedigree.
Armory, the best-known branch of heraldry, concerns the design and transmission of the heraldic achievement, or armorial bearings.