bend cotised

bend cotised
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Arms Or a bend cotised sable Coronet of an earl Supporters Two angels habited and winged Motto Virtute et fide
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bend cotised
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Arms Or a bend cotised sable Coronet of an earl Supporters Two angels habited and winged Motto Virtute et fide
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bend cotised
Unidentified Stamp
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Arms Quarterly of 16 1. A lion rampant vert (Jones) 2. A chevron sable between three boars heads couped (Jones) 3. Azure three eastern crowns or 4. Per pale azure and sable three fleur-de-lys or 5. Vert three allerions 6. Sable three nags (?) heads couped 7. A boar’s head sable 8. Azure a cross patty fitchy or (Cadwallader?) 9. Or a bend cotised gules 10. A lion rampant sable 11. Sable a lion rampant 12. Sable a chevron or between three fleur-de-lys 13. Sable three cinquefoils 14. Gules three lions passant gardant 15. Ermines a lion rampant sable 16. Gules a fess between three...
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bend cotisedallerions (3)boar's headboars heads (3)chevron betweencinquefoils (3)cross pattycrowns, eastern (3)fess betweenfleurs-de-lys (3)horses heads (3)lion rampantlions passant (3)martlets (3)
Unidentified Stamp
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Arms Sable a bend cotised Motto DISCE VIVERE Initials I.A.T.
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bend cotised
Lyttelton, William Henry, 1st Baron Lyttelton, of Frankley (1724 - 1808) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1. Argent a chevron between three escallops sable (Lyttelton) 2. Argent a bend cotised sable a bordure engrailed bezanty (Westcote) 3. Gules a lion rampant and a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 4. France and England quarterly within a bordure compony (Beaufort) Supporters Two mermen in their exterior hands tridents Coronet of a Baron Motto UNG DIEU UNG ROY
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bend cotisedbordure componybordure engrailedbordure engrailed bezantychevron betweenescallops (3)France and Englandlion rampant
Harley, Earl of Oxford and Mortimer (Stamp 1)
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Arms Or a bend cotised sable Coronet of an earl Supporters Two angels habited and winged Motto Virtute et fide
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bend cotised
Harley, Robert, 1st Earl of Oxford and Mortimer (1661 - 1724) (Stamp 1)
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Arms A bend cotised Motto VIRTVTE ET FIDE
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bend cotised
Harley, Henrietta Cavendish Holles, Countess of Oxford and Mortimer  (1693 - 1755) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. A bend cotised (Harley) 2 & 3. Two lions passant (Brampton) impaling on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1. Ermine two piles issuant from the corners of the chief (Holles) 2. A saltire on a chief three cinquefoils (Hardwicke) 3. A fess between three crescents (Ogle) 4. Three stags heads caboshed (Cavendish) Supporters Dexter An angel and Sinister A lion rampant gardant ducally crowned Coronet of a Countess Motto VIRTUTE ET FIDE
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bend cotisedchief on acinquefoils (3)crescents (3)fess betweenlions passant (2)piles (2)saltirestags heads caboshed (3)
Annesley, George, 2nd Earl of Mountnorris  (1769 - 1844) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. Paly of six argent and azure a bend gules (Annesley) 2. Vert three poleaxes erect or (Hunkerville) 3. Argent a chevron between three escallops sable (Lyttelton) 4. Argent a bend cotised sable a bordure engrailed gules bezanty (Westcote) 5. Gules a lion rampant a bordure engrailed or (Talbot) 6. France and England quarterly within a bordure compony argent and azure (Beaufort) overall a label for cadency Coronet of a Viscount Motto VIRTUTIS AMORE
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axes (3)bendbend cotisedbordure componybordure engrailedchevron betweenescallops (3)France and Englandlion rampant
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