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1895, antique lithography,  Edmund Lodge, Norroy King of Arms.

1895, antique lithography, Edmund Lodge, Norroy King of Arms.

Sir Alfred Scott Scott-Gatty, KCVO, KStJ, FSA (26 April 1847-18 December 1918) was a long serving officer of arms at the College of Arms in London and a successful composer.

Sir Alfred Scott Scott-Gatty, KCVO, KStJ, FSA (26 April 1847-18 December 1918) was a long serving officer of arms at the College of Arms in London and a successful composer.

Tabard over Henrician silhouette - from a 1555 book, Ehrenspiegel des Hauses Österreich  -- http://germanrenaissance.net/16th-century-german-tabards-plus-a-tabard-pattern/

Tabard over Henrician silhouette - from a 1555 book, Ehrenspiegel des Hauses Österreich -- http://germanrenaissance.net/16th-century-german-tabards-plus-a-tabard-pattern/

Arms of Jerome de Salis

Arms of Jerome de Salis

W H Weldon, Norroy King of Arms

W H Weldon, Norroy King of Arms

Gravure-XIX-Costume-3-Fleurs-de-Lys-Roi-dArmes-1720-Louis-XV-Monjoie-St-Denis

Gravure-XIX-Costume-3-Fleurs-de-Lys-Roi-dArmes-1720-Louis-XV-Monjoie-St-Denis

Infantry officer and herald from the first half of 16th century. From a coloured drawing by Hans Holbein in a cabinet of curiosities in Dresden. The officer wears a large hat with plumes, half armour, doublet with quilted and slashed sleeves, odd stockings, garters and leather shoes. The herald wears a tabard with a coat of arms of a two-headed eagle. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Alteneck's Costumes Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century Frankfurt, 1889…

Infantry officer and herald from the first half of 16th century. From a coloured drawing by Hans Holbein in a cabinet of curiosities in Dresden. The officer wears a large hat with plumes, half armour, doublet with quilted and slashed sleeves, odd stockings, garters and leather shoes. The herald wears a tabard with a coat of arms of a two-headed eagle. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Alteneck's Costumes Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century Frankfurt, 1889…

Arms of the Duke of Clarence, English Peerage, Charles Catton, 1790.

Arms of the Duke of Clarence, English Peerage, Charles Catton, 1790.

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