Double Tressure: The very first Newsletters of The Heraldry Society of Scotland
Tuesday, 27 October 2020
These are the original newsletters of The Heraldry Society of Scotland following its formation on 12th February 1977.
**They are well thumbed and therefore are quite "grubby" and frayed at the edges - in other words, they are showing their age but are nevertheless original records of the beginnings of the Society. Some pages are missing.**
No. 1 August 1977 contains details of the formation of the Society, its officers and a complete list of the names and addresses of the founding members (no Data Protection Act then!). 16 pages
No. 2 March 1978 24 pages
No. 2 August 1978 28 pages (regrettably pages 2,3, 24,25 are missing)
No. 4 March 1979 14 pages.
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