Friday, 24 July 2009

An Heraldic Frontispiece worthy of note.

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:

Frontispiece from King’s Vale Royal of England

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