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Originating in the 12th Century CE, heraldry symbols distinguish individuals, armies, institutions and corporations

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Copperplate 17th century arms for Inns of Court Featured Coats of Arms and Heraldic Badges. Image

Copperplate 17th century arms for Inns of Court

This image is from a copperplate engraving, and shows part of a roll of arms from Richard Blome's Britannia, an atlas published in 1673. It features the coats of arms of people who contributed towards the completion of the work a?? starting with King Charles II. Each page includes 35 coats of arms, presented here in pairs. These two coats of arms are from folio (page) 23 of the work. In old English, ans appeared as a longs (which looks like an f'), while ss appeared as fs'. Com was an abbreviation for County'. A number is assigned to each benefactor. Here are the accompanying texts (followed by modernised English where appropriate): 795. Ye Atcheivement of ye Hon'ble Society of LINCOLNS Inn (The Achievement of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn). 796. Ye Atcheivement of ye Hon'ble Society of GRAYS Inn (The Achievement of the Honourable Society of Gray's Inn)

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Coat of arms copperplate 17th century Fleming and Jenkins Featured Coats of Arms and Heraldic Badges. Image

Coat of arms copperplate 17th century Fleming and Jenkins

This image is from a copperplate engraving, and shows part of a roll of arms from Richard Blome's (Britannia), an atlas published in 1673. It features the coats of arms of people who contributed towards the completion of the work - starting with King Charles II. Each page includes 35 coats of arms, presented here in pairs. These two coats of arms are from folio (page) 9 of the work. In old English, ans appeared as a longs (which looks like an f'), while ss appeared as fs'. Com was an abbreviation for County'. A number is assigned to each benefactor. Here are the accompanying texts (followed by modernised English where appropriate): 258 Edw: FLEMING of Inflow in Com Devon Efq (Edward Fleming, location unknown) 259 Sr. Leoline IENKINS Kt. Iudge of his Majesty's high Court of Admiralty & of ye Prorogative Court &c. (Sir Leoline Jenkins, judge) More from the same coat-of-arms series (many more via blue link)

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Coat of arms 17th century Conyers and Hatton Featured Coats of Arms and Heraldic Badges. Image

Coat of arms 17th century Conyers and Hatton

This image is from a copperplate engraving, and shows part of a roll of arms from Richard Blome's Britannia, an atlas published in 1673. It features the coats of arms of people who contributed towards the completion of the work a?? starting with King Charles II. Each page includes 35 coats of arms, presented here in pairs. These two coats of arms are from folio (page) 23 of the work. In old English, ans appeared as a longs (which looks like an f'), while ss appeared as fs'. Com was an abbreviation for County'. A number is assigned to each benefactor. Here are the accompanying texts (followed by modernised English where appropriate): 805. Triftram CONYERS of Walthamftowe in Efsex Efq (Tristram Conyers of Walthamstow in Essex). 806. Ye Rt. Hon. Chriftopher HATTON Baron Hatton of Kirby Governour of ye Ile of Garnfey &c. (The Right Honourable Christopher Hatton; Governor of the Isle of Guernsey)

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