France and England

France and England
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. English and France quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland a label for cadency Order The Garter Crown of a Prince of Wales
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France and EnglandIrelandScotland
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Two Arms side by side First arms: 1. Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Second arms: An eagle displayed (D'Este) Crown of a royal duke
Heraldic Charges: 
eagle displayedFrance and EnglandIrelandScotland
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Two Arms side by side First arms: 1. Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Second arms: An eagle displayed (D'Este) Crown of a royal duke
Heraldic Charges: 
eagle displayedFrance and EnglandIrelandScotland
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Two Arms side by side First arms: 1. Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Second arms: An eagle displayed (D'Este) Crown of a royal duke
Heraldic Charges: 
eagle displayedFrance and EnglandIrelandScotland
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Arms Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Hat of a prelate of the Roman Catholic Church Crown an Imperial crown Cross of an Archbishop
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France and EnglandIrelandScotland
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 3 France and England quarterly 2 an eagle displayed (Monthermer) 3 Ireland Crown of an heir apparent to the throne
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eagle displayedFrance and EnglandIreland
Henry Benedict, Cardinal York (1725 - 1807) (Stamp 10)
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Arms Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Hat of a prelate of the Roman Catholic Church Crown an Imperial crown Cross of an Archbishop
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France and EnglandIrelandScotland
Henrietta Anna (1644 - 1670) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Three fleurs-de-lys a label for difference (d’Orleans) impaling the royal arms of the house of Stuart quarterly Coronet of a duchess
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fleurs-de-lys (3)France and EnglandIrelandlabelScotland
Lennox, Charles, 3rd Duke of Richmond (1735 - 1806) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1st & IVth grand quarters Quarterly 1 &4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland within a bordure compony charged with eight roses on an escutcheon of pretence A saltire and chief on a canton a lion rampant (Bruce) Coronet of a Duke
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bordure componycanton, on achiefFrance and EnglandIrelandlion rampantsaltireScotland
Mary, of Modena, Queen Consort of James II  (1658 - 1718) (Stamp 5)
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Two Arms side by side First arms: 1. Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Second Arms: An eagle displayed (D'Este) Crown of a royal duke
Heraldic Charges: 
eagle displayedFrance and EnglandIrelandScotland

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