Plate 43.

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Plate 43.

Plate 43.

Plate 43.

  1. Cornucopia
  2. Obsidional Crown, or Garland
  3. Crown of Thorns
  4. Crown Graminee, or Chaplet of Grass
  5. Crown Olive, Olive Chaplet, or Civic Wreath
  6. Fasces, or Roman-Fasces
  7. Dacres Knot. Badge of Dacre an escallop and staff raguly both ar. connected by a Dacre Knot
  8. Bowen's Knot. No. 2. Anne of Bohemia
  9. Harrington, or Love Knot. No. 2. Stafford Knot
  10. Bourchier's Knot. No. 2. Wakes and Ormond Knot
  11. Lacy Knot
  12. Hungerford Knot. Badge a golden sickle and garb connected by a Hungerford Knot
  13. A Coil of flax, as in the Crest of Washbourne, and the Heneage Knot
  14. True Lover's Knot. No. 2. A Wedding favour as in arms of Latter A Fetterlock or. to which is attached a rope gu. encircling a fishes tail erect ppr. having a peg at the other end gold. Badge of Lawrence
  15. Lure, or Leure
  16. Hawk's, or Falcon's bell, and
  17. Hawk's bell with jesses
  18. Hawk's or Falcon's rests, or perches
  19. Harp
  20. Three organ pipes enfiled with a laurel branch. Crest of Delapipe
  21. Jew's Harp, No. 1. Pipe, No. 2. Lyre, No. 3. Cornet, No. 4.
  22. Trumpets
  23. Hautboy, No. 1. Horn, No. 2. Flute, No. 3. Trumpet, No. 4.
  24. Bugle-horn ; or Hunting Horn stringed
  25. Fiddle, or Violin ; a Treble Violin, Violoncello, or Treble Violent
  26. Drum and Drum sticks
  27. Clarion, Rest, or Sufflue
  28. The same. No. 1. Most commonly used
  29. Bell, or Church Bell
  30. Belfry
  31. Book, or Bible closed
  32. Book open with seven seals
  33. Map, or Chart. The Crest of Holton
  34. Mirror, No. 1. Breast distilling drops of milk, No. 2, Eye, No. 3
  35. Bonfire; and Extinguisher
  36. Fascine; and Park pales
  37. Ostrich Feather
  38. A Plume of Ostrich Feathers
  39. A Double Plume
  40. Triple Plume
  41. A Panache, or Upright plume of feathers
  42. A Panache of Peacock feathers
  43. Wrestling Collar ; and a Dog's Collar
  44. Falconer's, or Hawking Glove, and a Falconer's glove pendent tasselled
  45. Circular wreath ar. and sa. with four hawk's bells joined thereto in quadrature or. borne by Jocelyn. An Oval Wreath
  46. Three ingots of Gold, palewise fretted with another in bend. Borne by the name of Wilson Dice charged with an Ace; and a Dice with six spots in front, three on the sinister side, and two on the top. Mathias
  47. Gonfanon, or Gonfalone
  48. A banner displayed bendways ar. therein a canton az. charged with a saltire of the first, as in the arms of Bannerman
  49. Chess-rooks. No. 3. The most common
  50. Pillar, or Column (Doric.) Ducally crowned. No. 1. Column (Ionic) enveloped with a Snake. No, 2
  51. A Broken Column. A Column (Corinthian) winged, or a Winged Column
  52. Dove-cot, or Dove-house. The one on the dexter if without vane, is sometimes blazoned a Castle
  53. Canopy, or Stall of Gothic work
  54. Gardebras, or Garbraille
  55. Weather-cock, or Vane. Badge of Ratcliffe
  56. A mans heart gu. within two equilateral triangles interlaced sa. Also blazoned a double Delta. Borne in the arms of Villages
  57. Escarbuncle, or Carbuncle
  58. The Shield of Pallas
  59. Pair of Couples. As borne by Lord Hindlip
  60. Pyramid
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