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Heraldry

rooke-Little" id="whe_lnki_348" title="John Brooke-Little">John Brooke-Little. An Heraldic Alphabet. (Macdonald, London: 1973),2.
  • ^ A. C. Fox-Davies, The Art of Heraldry (ISBN 0906223342), chapter 1, "The origins of Armory", p.3, quoting Sloane Evans, Grammar of Heraldry, p.ix: "The antiquity of standards and symbols may be proved by reference to the Holy Writ."
  • ^ Notitia Dignitatum, Bodleian Library
  • ^ C. A. Stothard, Monumental Effigies of Great Britain (1817) pl. 2, illus. in Wagner, Anthony, Richmond Herald, Heraldry in England (Penguin, 1946), pl. I.
  • ^ Beryl Platts. Origins of Heraldry. (Procter Press, London: 1980), 32.
  • ^ Woodcock, Thomas & John Martin Robinson. The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), 1.
  • ^ Wagner 1946:8.
  • ^ Fox, P.A. (2008). "The medieval origins of the British system of cadency". Coat of Arms. 3rd ser. 4: 21–8. 
  • ^ Squibb, George. (Spring 1953). "The Law of Arms in England". The Coat of Arms II (15): 244.
  • ^ Jack Carlson. A Humorous Guide to Heraldry. (Black Knight Books, Boston: 2005), 22
  • ^ David Williamson. Debrett's Guide to Heraldry and Regalia. (Headline Books, London: 1992), 24.
  • ^ Arthur Fox-Davies. A Complete Guide to Heraldry (Gramercy Books, New York: 1993), 99.
  • ^ "Lyon King of Arms Act 1672". François R. Velde. 
  • ^ Fox-Davies (1909). pp. 74-5, 88.
  • ^ William Whitmore. The Elements of Heraldry. (Weathervane Books, New York: 1968), p.9.
  • ^ Government of Nunavut. n.d. About the Flag and Coat of Arms. Government of Nunavut, Iqaluit, NU, Canada. Accessed October 19, 2006. Available at GOV.nu.ca
  • ^ Hartemink R. 1996. South African Civic Heraldry-Bophuthatswana. Ralf Hartemink, The Netherlands. Accessed October 19, 2006. Available at NGW.nl
  • ^ Jun 19, 2012. "US Heraldic Registry". US Heraldic Registry. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  • ^ "American Heraldry Society - Arms of Connecticut". Americanheraldry.org. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  • ^ Stephen Slater. The Complete Book of Heraldry. (Hermes House, New York: 2003), p.56.
  • ^ Bruno Heim. Or and Argent (Gerrards Cross, Buckingham: 1994).
  • ^ Pastoureau, Michel. Heraldry: An Introduction to a Noble Tradition (Henry N Abrams, London: 1997), 47.
  • ^ Thomas Innes of Learney. Scots Heraldry (Johnston & Bacon, London: 1978), 28.
  • ^ Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles (2004). A Complete Guide to Heraldry. Kessinger Publishing. p. 101.  
  • ^ Stephen Friar and John Ferguson. Basic Heraldry. (W.W. Norton & Company, New York: 1993), 148.
  • ^ Carl-Alexander von Volborth. Heraldry: Customs, Rules, and Styles. (Blandford Press, Dorset: 1981), 18.
  • ^ Stephen Friar, Ed. A Dictionary of Heraldry. (Harmony Books, New York: 1987), 259.
  • ^ Stephen Friar, Ed. A Dictionary of Heraldry. (Harmony Books, New York: 1987), 330.
  • ^ Woodcock, Thomas & John Martin Robinson. The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), 60.
  • ^ John Brooke-Little. Boutell's Heraldry. (Frederick Warne & Company, London: 1973), 311.
  • ^ Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk and Don Pottinger. Simple Heraldry, Cheerfully Illustrated. (Thomas Nelson and Sons, London: 1953), 20.
  • ^ Thomas Woodcock & John Martin Robinson. The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), 14.
  • ^ Edmundas Rimša. Heraldry Past to Present. (Versus Aureus, Vilnius: 2005), 38.
  • ^ Peter Gwynn-Jones. The Art of Heraldry. (Parkgate Books, London: 1998), 124.
  • ^ Ottfried Neubecker. Heraldry: Sources, Symbols, and Meaning. (Tiger Books International, London: 1997), 186.
  • ^ Julian Franklyn. Shield and Crest. (MacGibbon & Kee, London: 1960), 358.
  • ^ "Baronage.co.uk". Baronage.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  • ^ Davies, T. R. (Spring 1976). "Did National Heraldry Exist?". The Coat of Arms NS II (97): 16.
  • ^ von Warnstedt, Christopher. (October 1970). "The Heraldic Provinces of Europe". The Coat of Arms XI (84): 128.
  • ^ Alan Beddoe, revised by Strome Galloway. Beddoe's Canadian Heraldry. (Mika Publishing Company, Belleville: 1981).
  • ^ a b von Warnstedt, Christopher. (October 1970). "The Heraldic Provinces of Europe". The Coat of Arms XI (84): 129.
  • ^ a b Thomas Woodcock & John Martin Robinson. The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), 15.
  • ^ Neubecker, Ottfried. Heraldry. Sources, Symbols and Meaning (London 1976), p. 158
  • ^ Pinches, J. H.: European Nobility and Heraldry. (Heraldry Today, 1994, ISBN 0-900455-45-4, p. 82
  • ^ Carl-Alexander von Volborth. Heraldry: Customs, Rules, and Styles. (Blandford Press, Dorset: 1981), p. 88.
  • ^ "Greek Heraldry Society". Greekheraldry.com. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  • ^ J. A. de Boo. Familiewapens, oud en nieuw. Een inleiding tot de Familieheraldiek. (Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie, The Hague: 1977)
  • ^ Roosevelt Coats of Arms: Theodore and Franklin Delano at American Heraldry Society. Accessed January 20, 2007.
  • ^ Cornelius Pama Heraldiek in Suid-Afrika. (Balkema, Cape Town: 1956).
  • ^ Carl-Alexander von Volborth. Heraldry of the World. (Blandford Press, Dorset: 1979), 192.
  • ^ Thomas Woodcock & John Martin Robinson. The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), 21.
  • ^ von Warnstedt, Christopher. (October 1970). "The Heraldic Provinces of Europe". The Coat of Arms XI (84): p.129.
  • ^ Thomas Woodcock & John Martin Robinson. The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), pp.24-30.
  • ^ von Warnstedt, Christopher. (October 1970). "The Heraldic Provinces of Europe". The Coat of Arms XI (84): pp.129-30.
  • ^ Thomas Woodcock & John Martin Robinson. The Oxford Guide to Heraldry. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), 28-32.
  • ^ See the College of Arms newsletter for quarterly samplings of English grants and the Chief Herald of Ireland's webpage for recent Irish grants.
  • ^ See the Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada at this page
  • ^ Cornelius Pama. Heraldry of South African families: coats of arms/crests/ancestry. (Balkema, Cape Town: 1972)
  • ^ Stephen Slater. The Complete Book of Heraldry. (Hermes House, New York: 2003), p.238.
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