Sunday, 16 July 2017

Rulings from the College of Arms

On a lazy Sunday, after a brisk walk on the Welsh coast, I settled down to peruse some of the (few) reference books I have here with me and found this rather interesting titbit in the January 1950 edition of The Heraldry Society's quarterly publication Coat of Arms. It is interesting because it is spoken with authority (Garter King of Arms) and yet it is a system of quartering seldom, if ever, encountered (by me at least).





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