My meagre endeavors to bring the heraldry of Cheshire to the web really started with an introduction to the book published by Daniel King in 1656 (King's Vale Royal of England). I reproduce for you here a scaled down photo of (part of) the frontispiece which, I think, is worthy of note from an armorial view:
Friday, 24 July 2009
An Heraldic Frontispiece worthy of note.
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