Armorial roll

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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, Armorial roll, In black and white and Castilian language.

Author: anonymous.

External resources:

Internal resources: Osuna1800.ArmeriaEspaña.Manuscrito.pdf.

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Armorial Register, T.; 2020

Heraldic registers from 367 to 549

The Armorial Register, «International Register of Arms, Volume Three, a Selection of Coats of Arms Conforming to the Laws of Heraldry and Recorded in the Private Register Held by The Armorial Register Limited», 205 pages, Volume 3, Register from 367 to 549, edition supervised by Martin S. J. Goldstraw, edited and published by The Armorial Register, Banff, Aberdeenshire, 2020.


Bibliographical reference of century XXI.

Classification: Armorial roll, Black and white and color illustrations and English language.

Author: Armorial Register, The.

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Internal resources: Libro físico.

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Avilés, T. de; XVI

Tirso de Avilés, continued by Martín de Bolea y Castro, «Roll of arms», 3 volumes, Volume I, coats of arms of kings, princes and grand titles, 208 hand-numbered pages in Roman numerals, Volume II, coats of arms of noble and private titles, 129 hand-numbered pages in Arabic numerals, Volume III, coats of arms of popes, cardinals, archbishops and bishops, 185 hand-numbered pages in Arabic numerals, in the National Library of Spain, signatures Mss/12550 V.1, Mss/12551 V.2 and Mss/12552 V.3, it is estimated from the XVI century.

Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Portugal, Tirso de Avilés, and emblazoned by me

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, Armorial roll, In color and Castilian language.

Author: Avilés, Tirso de.

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External links:

Internal resources: Volume I AvilesTdeXVI.11.Tomo01.pdf, Volume II AvilesTdeXVI.11.Tomo02.pdf and Volume III AvilesTdeXVI.11.Tomo03.pdf.


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Charles' Roll; 1285

«The Heralds' Roll», containing 486 painted coats of arms, it is an English roll of arms dating from c. 1285.


Bibliographical reference of century XIII.

Classification: Armorial roll, Manuscript and In color.

Author: unknown.

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Claudia Trujillo Jiménez, page of armorial

Purpure, three dragons passant, in pale Argent; a bordure Gules, eight saltires couped Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Purpure, three dragons passant, in pale Argent; a bordure Gules, eight saltires couped Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is her coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Purpure, Three, Dragon, Passant, In pale, Argent, One, Bordure, Gules, Eight, Saltire, Or, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Ogee, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Trujillo Jiménez, Hermanos.

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Edwin Gräupl, page of armorial

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Argent, a wolf rampant Sable; 2 and 3 Gules, a garb Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Argent, a wolf rampant Sable; 2 and 3 Gules, a garb Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Argent, One, Wolf, Rampant, Sable, Gules, Garb, Or, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Rounded, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Gräupl, Edwin.

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Heralds' Roll, T.; 1280

«The Heralds' Roll», containing 697 painted coats of arms, it is an English roll of arms dating from c. 1280.

In The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, with code MS297, there is a copy of the 15th century.


Bibliographical reference of century XIII.

Classification: Armorial roll, Manuscript and In color.

The author is unknown.

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Jonathan Pons Paneque, page of armorial

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a three arch bridge issuant from base and throughout Or; 2 and 3 Azure, five fleurs de lis, in base two bars wavy Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a three arch bridge issuant from base and throughout Or; 2 and 3 Azure, five fleurs de lis, in base two bars wavy Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, One, Bridge, Issuant from base and, Throughout, Or, Azure, Five, Fleur de lis, In base, Two, Fess, Wavy, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Pointed, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Pons Paneque, Jonathan.

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Leopold Nisnoni, page of armorial

Or, the symbol of the Royal House of Kupang Sable. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Or, the symbol of the Royal House of Kupang Sable. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Or, One, Symbol, Sable, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Pointed, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Civic, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Kupang, Royal House of.

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Lorena Correa, page of armorial

Party per pale: 1 quarterly: 1 Azure, a lion rampant Or, 2 Argent, a falcon rising, grasping in its paws a serpent Sable, 3 Or, a tower Azure, port, windows, and masoned Sable, 4 Gules, a fox passant Or, a chief Gules semé of mullets Argent; 2 Orange, a mullet of six points voided, interlaced Sable. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Party per pale: 1 quarterly: 1 Azure, a lion rampant Or, 2 Argent, a falcon rising, grasping in its paws a serpent Sable, 3 Or, a tower Azure, port, windows, and masoned Sable, 4 Gules, a fox passant Or, a chief Gules semé of mullets Argent; 2 Orange, a mullet of six points voided, interlaced Sable. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is her coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Quarterly, Azure, One, Lion, Rampant, Or, Argent, Falcon, Rising, Grasping, Paw, Serpent, Sable, Tower, Port and windows, Masoned, Gules, Fox, Passant, Chief, Semé, Mullet, Five, Base, Orange, Six, Voided, Interlaced, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Ogee, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Correa, Lorena.

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Manuel Beninger, page of armorial

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, One, Fess, Azure, Or, Dancetty, Argent, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Colour on colour, Metal on metal, Semi-circular, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Beninger, Manuel.

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Nathaniel Bendel, page of armorial

Party per pale Azure and Or, a tree eradicated and blasted between two starlings respectant all counterchanged. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Party per pale Azure and Or, a tree eradicated and blasted between two starlings respectant all counterchanged. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Azure, Or, One, Tree, Eradicated, Blasted, Counterchanged (1), Between, Two, Starling, Respectant, Counterchanged (2), Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Ogee, Outlined in sable and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Bendel, Nathaniel.

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Peter Ferdinand Gummersbach, page of armorial

Party per pale: 1 Azure, an eagle displayed Or, charged on the chest with a Royal drum of Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom proper; 2 Or, on a fess Gules between two fleur de lis Azure, a rose Argent, seeded Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Party per pale: 1 Azure, an eagle displayed Or, charged on the chest with a Royal drum of Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom proper; 2 Or, on a fess Gules between two fleur de lis Azure, a rose Argent, seeded Or. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Azure, One, Eagle, Or, Charged, Chest, Drum, Royal, Proper, Fess, Gules, Rose, Argent, Seeded, Between, Two, Fleur de lis, In chief, In base, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Ogee, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Gummersbach, Peter Ferdinand.

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Pérez de Vargas, J.; XVI

Juan Pérez de Vargas, «Nobiliario», 228 pages with 2 columns, index between pages 224 and 228 ordered by initial but unordered within each initial, 31 x 23 centímeters, kept in the National Library of Spain, signature Mss/3061, it is estimated from the XVI century.

Structure

It follows a fixed structure for each entry: the name of the lineage or person, a horizontal line of separation, a explanatory text, a horizontal line of separation, coat of arms with the with of the column and full-color, a horizontal final line. All of this within the columns, only coming out for some exterior decorations, which I especially like.

Index of Nobiliario Original de Ivan Perez de Vargas
Coat of arms of the Guevara, Juan Pérez de Vargas

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, Armorial roll, In color and Castilian language.

Author: Pérez de Vargas, Juan.

External resources:

Internal resources: Pages from 1 to 117 PerezDeVargasJXVI.11.Paginas.001.117.pdf and Pages from 118 to 235 PerezDeVargasJXVI.12.Paginas.118.235.pdf.


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Raber, V.; 1548

Vigil Raber, «Armorial con 7244 escudos de armas», 903 pages of content, almost all color pages, 7244 coat of arms, 30 x 21 centimeters, at the Herzogin Anna Amalia Library, shelf code Fol 220, permanent identifier 1249054540, 1548.

Vigil Raber, 1548, pages from 2 to 4, it has 7244 coat of arms
Vigil Raber, 1548, pages from 10 to 15, it has 7244 coat of arms

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Armorial roll, Manuscript, In color and German language.

Author: Raber, Vigil.

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Rodríguez de la Vega, A.; XVI

Alonso Rodríguez de la Vega, «Roll of arms of Spain», 377 hand-numbered pages in Arabic numerals, all coat of arms illustrations are only partially outlined and without tinctures, written according to the title page in the time of Emperor Charles V, in the National Library of Spain, signatures Mss/3330, it is estimated from the XVI century.

Coat of arms of the Cerda, Alonso Rodríguez de la Vega

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

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

Author: Rodríguez de la Vega, Alonso.

External resources:

Internal resources: RodriguezDeLaVegaAXVI.11.Paginas.001.129, RodriguezDeLaVegaAXVI.12.Paginas.130.258.pdf and RodriguezDeLaVegaAXVI.13.Paginas.259.387.pdf.


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Rubén Arjona Berrocal, page of armorial

Ermine papelonny, a lion rampant guardant Gules, armed and langued Azure. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Ermine papelonny, a lion rampant guardant Gules, armed and langued Azure. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Ermine, Papelonny, One, Lion rampant guardant, Gules, Armed, Langued, Azure, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Semi-circular, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Arjona Berrocal, Rubén.

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Rubén González Lara, page of armorial

Ermine, a lion rampant double queued Or, armed and langued Gules; a chief Gules, three castles triple-towered Or, port and windows Azure, masoned Sable. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Ermine, a lion rampant double queued Or, armed and langued Gules; a chief Gules, three castles triple-towered Or, port and windows Azure, masoned Sable. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Ermine, One, Lion, Rampant, Tail, Forked, Or, Armed, Langued, Gules, Chief, Three, Castle, Port and windows, Azure, Masoned, Sable, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Pointed, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: González Lara, Rubén.

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Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate, page of armorial

Ermine, three pomegranates inverted Or, seeded Gules, slipped and leaved Vert, ensigned with an open crown, alternating four rosettes of acanthus leaves, visible three, and four pomegranates Or, visible two, lined Gules. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Ermine, three pomegranates inverted Or, seeded Gules, slipped and leaved Vert, ensigned with an open crown, alternating four rosettes of acanthus leaves, visible three, and four pomegranates Or, visible two, lined Gules. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Ermine, Three, Pomegranate, Reversed, Or, Seeded, Gules, Slipped, Leaved, Vert, On, One, Crown, Alternately, Four, Rosette of acanthus leaves, Visible, Two, Lined, Crest, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Outlined in sable, Leather and Pointed.

Classification: Socioeconomic, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Granada, Soberana y Muy Noble Orden de la.

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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.

Author: unknown.

Bibliographic reference mentioned in the following articles:

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The Armorial Register

The Armorial Register, International Register of Arms.

The Armorial Register is fully illustrated record of contemporary coats of arms, used internationally, it is permanently displayed on the website armorialregister.com and forms the basis of the series of books known as «The International Register of Arms».

They periodically edit a physical book with the registered coats of arms. This book has the following volumes:

  • Volume 1 has from register 1 to 183.
  • Volume 2 has from register 184 to 366.
  • Volume 3 has from register 367 to 367.

This register includes the rationale and history behind the use and design of featured coats of arms along with the family biographies of the bearers and its editor is Martin S.J. Goldstraw.

Iar 00 BeuveletYannick TheArmorialRegister Certificate jpg

A certificate of the Armorial Register with a coat of arms created and painted by me for Yannick Beuvelet


Category: Armorial roll.

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Urfé; Siglo XV

Relationship between the numbering of the pages and the index in the Armorial of Urfe

Urfé, unknown authors, «Armorial Urfe», is currently in National Library of France (BnF, Bibliothèque nationale de France), in Paris, «Cabinet des titres» 927 as indicated on page I, cataloged with the code ms. fr. 32753, it is estimated from the XV century.


Bibliographical reference of century XV.

Classification: Armorial roll, Manuscript, In black and white and French language.

The author is anonymous.

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Vincent, MS; 1285

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

Vincent 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 of arms dating from c. 1285.


Bibliographical reference of century XIII.

Classification: Armorial roll, Manuscript and In color.

Author: unknown.

Bibliographic reference mentioned in the following articles:

 

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