Armoiries des connestables, grands maistres, chanceliers, admiraux, mareschaux de France & prevosts de Paris

TitleArmoiries des connestables, grands maistres, chanceliers, admiraux, mareschaux de France & prevosts de Paris
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1628
AuthorsLe Féron J
CityParis
LibraryBeinecke Library Yale
Call NumberBeckford 279
NotesSmith and Benger, p. 50
BindingBound in sprinkled calf with stamp 2 in gold on both covers
BookplateLarge anonymous armorial bookplate of Ralph Sheldon
SignatureInscription on the front flyleaf: “In Posterum”; Inscription on the front flyleaf: “Ex dono Dni. Jo.is Vincent” [John Vincent (1618-1671)]; William Beckford's copy, with his penciled notes. Bought at the Bindley sale Dec. 1810 lot 444
Stamp(s): 
Vincent, Augustine (Stamp 2)
Dimensions:
Arms Arms On a banner, on a pile three quatrefoils Supporter A bear collared, chained and ringed, the chain reflexed over the back, holding the banner in its sinister paw, the helmet and the crest in its dexter Crest Out of a ducal coronet a bear's head Helmet of an Esquire Legend VINCENTI AVGVSTA
Heraldic Charges: 
banner, on abear's headcoronet, ducal, out of apile, on aquatrefoils (3)