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Coat of arms. Escutcheon. Parted per pale, gules and azure, three eagles displayed, below a viscount's coronet an inescutcheon chequy or and azure, a fess gules. Supporters, dexter, an ostrich collared...
Harris-Temple, Robert Temple
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Quarterly, quarters 1 and 4, argent (silver) two bars sable (black) each charged with three martlets or (gold), a crescent for difference, for Temple; quarters 2 and 3, vert (green)...
Printed in red and black. Small coat of arms at top: escutcheon azure (blue) charged with open book; supported by two wyverns erect; crested with a pheasant's [?] head issuing from a coronet. Motto: Fiat...
University of Wisconsin. Libraries.
Adams, Charles Kendall, 1835-1902
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Azure (blue), five mullets (stars) or on a cross gules (red). Crest: a lion rampant gules arising from a coronet or. Motto: Sub cruce salus (Salvation under the cross).
Le Vacher de Boisville, Dast
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly. Crest: A coronet. Supporters, dexter, a lion rampant reguardant, sinister, a lion couchant reguardant. Motto: A cruce salus (Salvation by the cross)
De Benoist, Camille
Coat of arms. Escutcheon, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure a chevron or between a mullet in chief and a crescent in base; 2nd and 3rd, argent, semée with fleurs-de-lis azure. Crest: a coronet. Supporters:...
A naked woman with coronet in a rural landscape holds a figurine of a Roman soldier in her hand.
Escutcheon parted per pale. Dexter, sable on a cross engrailed between four eagles displayed argent five lions passant guardant of the field. Sinister, ermine, two chevronels azure. Crest: with a demi-lion...
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Or (gold), a chief engrailed sable, charged with a crescent for difference (2nd son); over all on a bend engrailed gules (red) three bezants. Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or...
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent, a bend chequy between two lions' heads erased, a chief azure. Crest: An ostrich wings elevated, rising from a coronet. Mottoes: Absque labor nihil (Nothing without labor);...
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Gules, three trefoils purpure on a bend argent. Supporters. Two leopards rampant, collared or and chained. Crest: a leopard passant sable, collared with a ducal coronet and chained,...
Garter enclosing an azure (blue) circular field parted a cross argent (silver) charged in cross with five mullets (stars) pierced, sable (black). Crest: a coronet containing an antelope head.
Ponsonby, Frederick B., 6th Earl of Bessbrogh, 1815-1895
Within a garter, buckled, on a ducal coronet or (gold), three arrows, one in pale (vertical) and two in saltire (crossed), points downward, shafts gold, feathered and pointed argent (silver) entwined by...
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Dexter, ermine, a fess embattled,counter-embattled azure between three lion's heads erased gules, on a chief or, two swords in saltire (crossed) proper, hilts and pomels gold,...
Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per pale: Dexter, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure (blue), on a chevron argent (silver) between three bears' heads couped argent, muzzled gules (red), a man's heart proper,...
Philbrick, Frederick Adolphus, 1835-1910
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: a bendy of six, azure and argent. Crest: arising from a tower, a leopard gorged with a coronet. Motto: Vestigia nulla retrorsum.
Within an oval frame surmounted by a baron's coronet, a wyvern, wings elevated, vert, holding in the mouth a sinsiter hand, couped at the wrist, gules. Motto: Ung je serviray (I will serve one)
New York Public Library.
Emmet, Thomas Addis, 1764-1827; Kennedy, John S. (John Stewart), 1830-1909;
Coats of arms: (1) Escutcheon: Azure (blue) an engrailed fess ermine between 3 bulls' heads, for Emmet. Crest: Demi-bull rampant arising out of a coronet and trefoils. Motto: Tenez le vraye (Hold to what...
Bernstorff, Wm. Hugo von
Coat of arms: Escutcheon: tilia (linden) leaves on a fess wavy. Crest: crown; helm and mantling; peacock feathers issuing from a coronet. Motto: Rectum et integritas custodiant me (Let uprightness and...
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: parted per pale. Crest: issuing out of a ducal coronet, an oak tree fructed with a hand-saw across the trunk and bearing the motto, THROUGH, on the blade.
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