Plate 11.

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Plate 11.

Plate 11.

Plate 11.

  1. Cross Pattée quadrat in the centre, this is also called the Cross of St. Cuthbert
  2. Cross of St. James
  3. Cross of Athelstan, or Athelstone's Cross, i.e. on a mound, a cross botonnee
  4. Cross Double triparted
  5. Cross Double Avellaney, or a cross mascle fruitagee
  6. Cross Fer-de-fourchette
  7. Cross Potent, or Potence also termed a Cross Baton, or Batune
  8. Cross Potent crossed, or a cross gemelle
  9. Cross Potent engrailed
  10. Cross Potent fitchee
  11. Cross Potent Flory
  12. Cross Potent pomelled and fitchee at foot
  13. Cross Potent quadrat in the centre
  14. Cross Potent, repotent
  15. Cross Hamecon barbed at foot
  16. Cross of Four pomels
  17. Cross Caterfoil, or Cross Quatrefoil
  18. Cross Potence of Saxon F. this is also termed Digamma
  19. Cross with demi annulets inverted, or a cross demi anuled inverted
  20. Cross Snagg
  21. Arms of an Heiress or Co.-Heiress when married ; the husband bear her arms in an Escutcheon of Pretence, as here shown. Arms in Pretence, quarterly or and gu. on a bend sa. five bezants. Stebbing
  22. Cross of Four pruning hooks contrary embowed, by some called four coulters joined to a ball or bullet
  23. Cross Fer-de-moline, pierced lozengy, or a cross moline nowy lozengy pierced
  24. Cross Patriarchal pattee conjoined and annuiated in the middle of the bottoms, or in the middle of the bottom cross. Also blazoned as two patriarchal crosses pattee conjoined and both annulated in the centre of the lower cross beam
  25. Cross Lambeaux rebated
  26. Cross on each stem the Saxon B
  27. Cross Long, or Long Cross on Ball and top like the Roman P
  28. Cross Coronated, or Coronetté
  29. Cross Banister, or four banister-staves fixed crosswise to a roundle, each crowned at the ends
  30. Cross Fruitagée
  31. Cross Catoosed
  32. Cross Moline invertant, Cercelee, or Sarcelée
  33. Cross Avelane, or avellane
  34. Cross with Caterfoils and trefoils
  35. Cross grady pomelled
  36. Cross Couped, anserated, or gringolee. See Decorated
  37. Cross Long, or Long Cross raguled
  38. Cross of four batunes fretted
  39. Cross Potent rebated, also termed a Cross Cramponne ; a Fylfot, or Gammadion
  40. Cross Recercellee voided
  41. Cross of Ermine, or Four Ermine-spots in cross, heads in fesse point
  42. Cross of Malta, or Cross of St. John of Jerusalem. See also P. 23, fig. 21
  43. Cross Pendall, or Spindle
  44. Cross Clechee properly means voided, but this cross is by some termed a cross clechee
  45. Cross Capital, or Cornished
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