Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Aix-en-Provence; 1351

Aix-en-Provence, «Délibérations municipales d'Aix-en-Provence», Archives Municipales; key BB 28, 1351

Alphonse II de Aragón, called the Chaste or the Troubadour, 1157-1196, Alphonse I of Provence

Bibliographical reference of century XIV.

Classification: Manuscript and Latin language.

The author is Aix-en-Provence.

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Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Rietstap, J. B.; 1861

Johannes Baptista Rietstap, «Armorial général, précedé d'un Dictionnaire des termes du blason», edited by Gerrit Benjamin van Goor, Gouda, 1861.


Bibliographical reference of century XIX.

Classification: French language.

Author: Rietstap, Johannes Baptista.

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Internal resources: RietstapB1861.10.ArmorialGeneral.A.Z.txt in ASCII format in French with 126,068 blazons, RietstapB1861.10.ArmorialGeneral.A.Z.doc in Word format in French, RietstapB1861.11.ArmorialGeneral.A.K.pdf in PDF format in French and RietstapB1861.12.ArmorialGeneral.L.Z.pdf in PDF format in French.

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Escudo de Castilla y León

Ackhurst, lineage

Argent, on a Bend Sable three Acorns Or.

Ackhurst lineage.

Argent, on a Bend Sable three Acorns Or.

Illuminated and freehand finishing.

The coat of arms of Ackhurst lineage emblazoned by me and extracted from [Burke, B.; 1989].

Unless the blazon specifies another direction, the charges in a bend follow the direction of their bend, as the acorns do in this case.


Blazon keywords: Argent, Bend, Sable, Three, Acorn, Or and Bendwise.

Style keywords: Freehand, Outlined in sable and Illuminated.

Classification: Interpreted.

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Escudo de Castilla y León

Lloscós y Soldevilla, Guilaberto

Argent, a Bull salient Gules within a compony Bordure Argent and Sable.

Guilaberto Lloscós y Soldevilla was grand prior of the Order of Saint John from 1449 to 1460.

Argent, a Bull salient Gules within a compony Bordure Argent and Sable.

Illuminated and parchment finishing.

He also known as Guilaberto Loscós y Soldevilla, and his coat of arms can be consulted at [García Carraffa, A.; García Carraffa, A.; 1968; volume II, page 407].

The Lloscós lineage resided on the island of Mallorca and succeeded in the position of royal procurator of the island. Lázaro Lloscós was the procurator of the island in 1332, his son Mateo Lloscós was in 1392 and his grandson Mateo Lloscós was too. Mateo Lloscós helped King Alonso V of Aragon, the Magnanimous, with the expenses of the Naples campaign in 1435 and, therefore, the king donated the town of Bañalbufar and the title of baron. Mateo Lloscós was the father of Guilaberto Lloscós y Soldevilla grand prior of the Order of Saint John.


Blazon keywords: Argent, One, Bull, Salient, Gules, Bordure, Compony and Sable.

Style keywords: Parchment, Outlined in sable and Illuminated.

Classification: Personal and Interpreted.

Bearer: Lloscós y Soldevilla, Guilaberto.

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Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

García Carraffa, A.; García Carraffa, A.; 1968

Alberto García Carraffa y Arturo García Carraffa, with the colaboration of Armando de Fluviá y Escorsa, «El Solar Catalán, Valenciano y Balear», 4 volumes, Volume I Abad-Cebrián, 443 pages, Volume II Celma-Malda, 449 pages, Volume III Malendric-Quirant, 425 pages, Volume IV Rabasa-Zenarbe y apéndice, 516 pages, 1st edition, Heraldic Collection, edited by Librería Internacional, San Sebastián, 1968.

First edition, Heraldic Collection, 1968

Bibliographical reference of century XX.

Classification: Castilian language and Black and white with color plates.

Authors: García Carraffa, Alberto and García Carraffa, Arturo.

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Internal resources: Paper book.

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Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Anonymous; 1800a

Anonymous, «Armerías de España», 124 double pages, title in the page 9, provenance Duke of Osuna and Infantado, 1800.

Surnames Rondinos, Rojas - Roxas, Rozas, Ruas, Ruanes, Rubios, Ruedas

Content

The book has no index and its content, written by hand, is as follows:

  • Pages 1 through 8 are blank.
  • On page 9, title, the letter A begins and surnames Abarca, Abendaño, Abeo, Ablitas and Abrego in large handwritten and the blazon in small handwritten (except for the end of the book on page 123, the unknown author seems to write more about surnames than about lineages).
  • On page 10, the surnames with the letter A continue and their blazon both in small handwritten.
  • On page 23, the letter B begins, its surnames and their blazons, for example, the Barrasas, in the page 25, «Or, six Lions proper, combatant».
  • On page 30, the letter C begins, it is followed by the letter Z on page 42, 29 surnames with Z was written before the letter D and Cocas and Cuacas, with the letter C, are inserted inside the letter Z.
  • It follows in alphabetical order of surnames from page 46, where the letter D begins, to page 97 with the letter S, including in the S the surname Sánchez on page 99, as a lineage will be included at the end of the book, and it follows with the letter S until the page 104.
  • On page 105 the letter T begins, surname Tabixas, Taboadas, Tafuxes, ...
  • On page 109 jump from the letter T to the letter V, with the surnames Vacas, Vadillos,... and skipping the letter U.
  • On page 119, it returns from letter V to U, in an unordered manner and without including the title with the capital letter U.
  • On page 120, begins the letter X and also the letter Y.
  • On page 122, the letter Z and only 3 additional surnames with Z, recall that the majority of the surnames with Z were included after the letter C.
  • On page 123 he returns to the surname Sánchez by testimony of Pedro de Soto owner of the books of Armory of Spain of Andreas Heredia, King of Arms, and finally the unknown author copies the text for the surname Sánchez, those who were «hijosdalgos, en Cangas de Gobadonga» ~ Covadonga of Asturias and ends with a poem of 8 verses. Andreas Heredia, also known as Andrés Heredia, was King of Arms during the reign of Philip III of Spain, [Nieto y Cortadellas, R.; 1957a; Page 4]
  • Beginning on page 124 are blank.

Bibliographical reference of century XVIII.

Classification: Manuscript, In black and white and Castilian language.

Author: anonymous.

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Internal resources: Osuna1800.ArmeriaEspaña.Manuscrito.pdf.

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Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Juby, B.; 2019

Bernard Juby, «The Splendour of the Modern Heraldic Bookplate Artist», Modern-day, world-wide heraldic bookplate artists, their cv's and examples of their work, volume I, edited by White Rose-Ankh, DIN A4 size, black and white and full colour, 130 pages, ISBN 5-8000136-242849, Church Crookham, Hampshire, England, 30th of november de 2019.

Modern-day, world-wide Heraldic bookplate artists

In the photo of page 61 there are 2 of my book plates for Mark Antony Hatsis, 1st row with the peacock in his pride, and Charles R. Peoples II, 2nd row with the lion with a bow.


Bibliographical reference of century XXI.

Classification: English language and Black and white and color illustrations.

The author is Juby, Bernard.

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Sigue por: Dr. Antonio Salmerón, book plates, pages 58-61.

 

Dr. Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas,
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Paseo de la Castellana 135, 7th floor,
28046 Madrid, Spain.