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Provisional list of Warwickshire coat of arms.

Edward R. Reid-Smith

Provisional list of Warwickshire coat of arms.

by Edward R. Reid-Smith

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Published by Edward R. Reid-Smith in Rugby .
Written in English


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Provisional list of Warwickshire coat of arms by Edward R. Reid-Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

The arms were officially granted in The bear and ragged staff have long been associated with Warwickshire. The origins of these emblems are lost in the distant past, but have been associated with the Earls of Warwick since at least as early as the 14th century. The coat of arms granted to Warwickshire County Council in is composed of various elements, combining the county’s past and present.

It is described in heraldic language as "gules, a bear argent, muzzled of the first, collared and chained or, and supporting a ragged staff of the second, on a. The Antiquities of Warwickshire1st Edition By William Dugdale Illustrated By Wenceslaus Hollar And Robert Vaughn Printed In London by Thomas Warren.

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