The Oxford Guide to Heraldry

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Dealing mainly with British heraldry and written by Officers of Arms with access to the records and manuscripts of the College of Arms, the heraldic authority of the UK, this is an introduction to heraldry which aims to help the reader enjoy old houses, churches and monuments as well as the subject for its own sake. It is written for people who know little about the subject, but it aims to be authoritative, avoiding romantic myths and bogus heraldic terms. Among the topics covered are the origins of heraldry; the ...

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David T

Jun 10, 2011

The book is in great conditiuon for a used book.
It exceeded my standards and I would definitely recommend it and the vendor.

mustard

Apr 30, 2009

VERY GOOD-SUCCINCT INTRODUCTION AND QUICK REFERENCE TO ENGLISH HERALDRY.

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