- Crown of Charlemagne, was borne by five Kings of England as Arch- treasures of the Holy Roman Empire. See p. 31. f. 9, and 10
- A White Rose the Badge of the House of York
- The Rose and Thistle conjoined. Badge of James I.
- A Red Rose the Badge of the House of Lancaster
- Crown of the Elector of the Holy Roman Empire
- Planta genista. Badge of the Plantagenets
- Badge of Staunton
- Badge of Napoleon
- Badge of Plantagenet also represented as No. 6
- Gold Medal and Ribbon for Trafalgar
- Victoria Cross. "Red ribbon if worn by a soldier, and by a blue ribbon if worn by a sailor "
- Medal and Ribbon for Waterloo
- Badge and Ribbon, Companion of the Bath. C.B.
- Star of the Military Knights Grand Cross of the Bath. G.C.B.
- Collar, Badge and Star of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. G.C.H.
- Star, Knights Commanders of the Order of St. Michael, and St. George. K.C.M.G.
- Badge and Ribbon — Companion of St. Michael, and St. George. C.M.G.
- Badge and Ribbon for the Crimea, with Clasp for Alma and Balaklava, the same medal and ribbon is also given with Clasps or small Bars, for Inkerman, and Sebastopol
- The Badge of the Order of the Dooranee Empire
- Medal or Badge for India, Clasps for Central India and Lucknow ; the same medal and ribbon is also borne with Clasps for Relief of Lucknow, Defence of Lucknow, and Delhi
- Badge of Ogle
- Badge an ostrich feather erm. quilled or. John of Gaunt
- Badge of John Beaufort Duke of Somerset. Ostrich feather white, the pen compony ar. and az.
- Badge of John Duke of Bedford, brother to Henry V. A golden root
- Hanoverian Crown
- Badge of Meux. Two wings inverted and endorsed ar. conjoined by a cord with tassels or.
- A Damask Rose with leaves and thorns, at the bottom of the stalk a beetle all ppr. Crest of Thorndike
- Badge of Daubeney. Two bats wings endorsed sa. tied by a cord tasselled or.
- Crown of Scotland
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