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Aguylon bore Gulles a fleur-de-lys sable
"Arms of Alexander VI. (Borgia)" — Young, 1901
Applegarth's shield of three red apples in a silver field.
Arderne bore Ermine a fesse checky gold and gules.
The Arms of Columbus. There is no wholly satisfactory statement regarding the origin of these arms or…
The Coat of Arms designated for Canterbury. These Arms predate the break between Rome and the Church…
"The Municipal Arms of Rome." — Young, 1901
Arms on the reverse of title page of the Latin Cortes, 1524.
Arundels the martlets must stand for hirundels or swallows
"The Seal of Richard, Earl of Arundel, bears his achievement of arms. The supporters, crest, helm, etc.,…
The heraldic shield of Ralph de Arundel.
Asdale bore Gules a swan silver
Aston of Cheshire bore Party sable and silver cheveronwise or Silver a chiefe entry sable.
Avenel bore Silver a fesse and six annelets (aunels) gules
Aynho bore Sable a saltire
Balliol bore Gules a voided scocheon silver
An image showing different types of crosiers, a mitre, shields and a large banner.
Bardolf of Wormegay bore Gules three cinqfoils silver.
Lord Bardolf bore Quaterly gules silver with an eagle gold in the quarter
Basset of of Drayton bore gold three piles (or pales) gules with a quarter ermine.
Bassingbourne bore Gironny of gold and azure of twelve pieces.
The Coat of Arms of Bavaria.
Beauchamp of Hatch bore simple vair, Ferrers of Derby Vairy gold and gules
Fitzalan of Bedale bore Barry of eight pieces gold and gules
"Arms of Benedict XIV (Lambertini)." — Young, 1901
Bermingham bore Party silver and sable indented
"The Arms of Bishopric." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
A coat of arms representing the territorial unit administrated by a bishop.
"Arms of Bishopric." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
Bishopsdon bore Bendy of six pieces, gold and azure, with a quarter ermine.
The heraldic shield of the Earl of Bradford.
The coat of arms of Brazil.
Brerelegh bore Silver a crosslet gules
The coat of arms of British Columbia.
The Duke of Brittany's shield bore Plain ermine
Brocas bore Sable a leopard rampant gold.
Bryene bore Gold three piles azure
Brytton bore Gold a patriarch's cross set upon three degrees or steps of gulles
Burlay of Wharfdale bore Gules a bezant
Burton bore Sable a chevron sable between three silver owls.
Caldecote bore Party silver and azure with a chiefe gules
Campbell bears gironny or gyronny
Cantelou bore Azure three leopards' heads silver with silver fleurs-de-lys issuing from them.
The heraldic crest of Cape.
Caraunt bore Silver three roundels azure, each with thee chevrons gules.
Carew bore Gold three lions passant sable.
Cayville bore Silver a fesse gules, flowered on both sides.
Chadworth bore Azure two chevrons gold
Chamberlayne of Northamptonshire bore Gules a fesse and three scallops gold.
The Tallow Chandlers of London had a grant in 1456 of Six pieces azure and silver with three doves in…
Charles bore Ermine a chief gules with five golden lozenges thereon
Out of the cornfield English armory took the sheaf, three sheaves being on the shield of an earl of…
Chetwode bore Quaterly silver and gules with four crosses forming countercoloured- that is to say, two…
Sir Stephen Cheyndut, a 13th century knight bore an oak tree
The coat of arms of Chile.
The coat of arms of China.
The seal of the Choctaw Nation.
The heraldic coat of arms of Spencer Churchill, Duke of Marlborough.
A coat of arms representing the city of Cirencester, England.
Clifford bore the like with a fesse gules.