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

St. George's Roll; 1285

Gules, three Buckles Argent, Tomás Roscelyn

St. George's Roll, in English usually written as «MS Vincent, 164 ff.1-21b», also called [Vincent, MS; 1285], it is in the College of Arms, London, containing 677 painted coats of arms, it is an English roll or arms dating from c. 1285.


The bibliographical reference that I mainly use for this armorial is [Vincent, MS; 1285].


Bibliographical reference of century XIII.

Classification: Armorial roll and Manuscript.

The author is unknown.

Bibliographic reference mentioned in the following articles:

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León Áncora de oro y la divisa enlace.

Heralds International

Heralds International, parchment insignia of heraldic artists

Internet addresses:

I was honored with their announce of my incorporation to Heralds International, the announce was the following:

  • «Dr. Antonio Salmeron has recently joined Heralds International as a Member Artist and so we thought we would feature some of his work. A longer article will follow later but Dr. Salmeron has described his work thus»:
  • «My style as a heraldic artist is clear, symbolic and methodical. Clear because my work searches pieces which transmit energy and vital force to the owner, I think that a coat of arms should be a source of light and joy and an expression of freedom. Symbolic because coats of arms must be a representation of its bearer, his/her ideals, motivations, history and anything he/she might want to display. Methodical because heraldic art is founded on a science, the so called science of heraldry».
  • «We look forward to featuring more of his work very soon».
My artistic answer to a kind proposal of Heralds International

Categories: Link and Heraldry and heralds.

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

Vincent, MS; 1285

Edmundo of Bassingbourne, Gironny, Or and Azure, MS Vincent 1285

Vicent Manuscript, in English usually written as «MS Vincent, 164 ff.1-21b», also called [St. George's Roll; 1285], it is in the College of Arms, London, containing 677 painted coats of arms, it is an English roll or arms dating from c. 1285.


Bibliographical reference of century XIII.

Classification: Armorial roll and Manuscript.

The author is anonymous.

Bibliographic reference mentioned in the following articles:

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Escudo de Castilla y León

Video, drawing a helm


Based on the stechhelm of John the Constant (Saxony, ca. 1500). The stechhelm is a kind of helm primarily used by mounted knights for tournaments, since 1400 to 1525.

The music is «Hot Swing» by Kevin MacLeod.


Blazon keywords: Helm.

Classification: Video.

Bearer: Martos García, Juan Carlos.

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

Salmerón Cabañas, A.; 2015a

Coat of arms and heraldic creation, April 2014 - March 2015

Antonio Salmerón Cabañas, «Escudos de armas y creación heráldica entre abril de 2014 y marzo de 2015», Drawings registered in the Registry of Intellectual Property of Madrid, with 126 illustrations, 16 black and white and 110 color, of coats of arms and other heraldic objects, including my «pseudonym without anonymity» «a Unicorn Argent, salient. Motto: ASC Sable», 30 pages, with registration number 16/2015/2546 and application number M-001674-2015, Madrid, March 9, 2015.


The following articles cite this bibliographic reference:

Bibliographical reference of century XXI.

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Separador heráldico
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 9 page, provenance Duke of Osuna and Infantado, 1800.


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

Surnames Rondinos, Roxas, Rozas, Ruas, Ruanes, Rubios, Ruedas
  • Pages 1 through 8 are blank.
  • On page 9, title, letter A 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 and their blazon both in small handwritten.
  • On page 23 the letter B and its surnames.
  • On page 30 begins the letter C, 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.
  • From page 46 with letter D 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.
  • On page 105 the letter T, 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 capital letter U.
  • On page 120, the letter X and the letter Y.
  • On page 122, the letter Z and only 3 additional surnames with Z.
  • 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» of Asturias and ends with a poem of 8 verses.
  • Beginning on page 124 are blank.

Bibliographical reference of century XVIII.

Classification: Manuscript, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

The author is unknown.

External resources:

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

Wade, W. C.; 1898

William Cecil Wade, «The symbolisms of heraldry or A treatise on the meanings and derivations of armorial bearings», 186 pages, 95 black and white pictures, Robert Holmes Collection, published by George Redway, London, 1898.


Although Romanticism sought the symbolism of the heraldic elements, I believe that the meaning of the elements of the coat of arms, if they have it, is provided by its creator or first bearer. In any case, the content of this symbolic book is the following:

William Cecil Wade, 1898, cover and pages 78-79 y 61
  • The origin of armorial bearings; page 11.
  • The symbolic side of heraldry; page 13.
  • Heraldic colours and metals; page 35.
  • The furs of heraldry; page 38.
  • The meaning of heraldic lines; page 40.
  • The symbolisms of the ordinaries; page 43.
  • The division lines of the shield; page 55.
  • The colours of the common charges not symbolical, chapter with 2 paragraphs only; page 57.
  • Symbolisms of the common charges; page 59.
  • Crowns, mitres, episcopal hats, etc.; page 138.
  • Examples of symbolisms of colours and armorial bearings; page 149.
  • Cadency and differencing; page 154.
  • Alphabetic index; page 162.

Bibliographical reference of century XIX.

Classification: Symbolism and English language.

The author is Wade, William Cecil.

Bibliographical reference mentioned in the following article:

External link:

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Sigue por: Heraldica Nova.

 

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