Ireland

Ireland
Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales (1707 - 1751) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1. England impaling Scotland 2. France 3. Ireland 4. Tierced in pairle reversed 1. Two lions passant gardant in pale (Brunswick) 2. Semy of hearts a lion rampant (Luneburg) 3. A horse courant (Westphalia) overall an inescutcheon, over the whole a label for cadency Supporters Dexter A lion gardant crowned with the coronet of a royal duke and Sinister A unicorn ducally gorged and chained each charged with a label for cadency Crest On the coronet of a royal duke a lion statant gardant crowned with the coronet of a royal duke and charged with a label for cadency Helmet of a...
Heraldic Charges: 
BrunswickEnglandFranceIrelandLuneburgroseScotlandthistleWestphalia
Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia (1596 - 1662) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1. A lion rampant crowned (Bohemia) 2. A lion rampant crowned (The Palatinate) lozengy in bend of twenty-one pieces (Bavaria) the orb of the Holy Roman Empire (Frederick V, Count Palatine) 3. quarterly 1 & 2. an eagle displayed (Pfalz-Sachsen) 3. a bull trippant (Nieder Lausitz) 4. a wall castellated (Ober Lausitz) Impaling Quarterly 1 & 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland
Heraldic Charges: 
BavariaBohemiaFrance and EnglandIrelandPalatinateScotland
Commonwealth (Stamp 1)
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Arms Two shields, dexter, cross of St. George; sinister, Ireland Legend COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND GOD WITH VS
Heraldic Charges: 
crossIreland
Charlotte Sophia, Queen Consort of George III (1744 - 1818) (Stamp 4)
Dimensions:
Arms Two coats side by side 1. Quarterly 1 & 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland 2. Quarterly of six 1. A bull's head caboshed ringed (Mecklenburg) 2. A griffin segreant (Wenden) 3. On a chief a griffin segreant (Principality of Schwerin) 4. A cross patty (Ratzeburg) 5. An arm in armour embowed out of a cloud in sinister chief holding an annulet (County of Schwerin) 6. A bull's head caboshed in bend sinister ringed (Rostock) over all on an escutcheon of pretence Per fess (Stargard) Crown An imperial crown
Heraldic Charges: 
EnglandFranceIrelandMecklenburgScotland
Charlotte Sophia, Queen Consort of George III (1744 - 1818) (Stamp 3)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Supporters Dexter A lion rampant gardant imperially crowned and Sinister a unicorn collared Crown An imperial crown Order The Garter
Heraldic Charges: 
France and EnglandIrelandScotland
Charlotte Sophia, Queen Consort of George III (1744 - 1818) (Stamp 2)
Dimensions:
Arms Two coats side by side 1. Quarterly 1 & 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland 2. Quarterly of six 1. A bull's head caboshed ringed (Mecklenburg) 2. A griffin segreant (Wenden) 3. On a chief a griffin segreant (Principality of Schwerin) 4. A cross patty (Ratzeburg) 5. An arm in armour embowed out of a cloud in sinister chief holding an annulet (County of Schwerin) 6. A (Rostock) over all on an escutcheon of pretence Per fess (Stargard) Crown An imperial crown
Heraldic Charges: 
France and EnglandIrelandMecklenburgScotland
Adelaide, Queen, consort of William IV  (1792 - 1849) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Two shields side by side Dexter Quarterly 1 & 4. England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland on an escutcheon of pretence tierced in pairle reversed 1. Two lions passant guardant (Brunswick) 2. Semy of hearts a lion rampant (Luneburg) 3. A horse courant (Saxony) overall on an escutcheon gules the crown of Charlemagne (High Treasurer of the Empire) the whole surmounted of an imperial crown. Sinister Quarterly of 17 [Teck] Supporters Dexter, A lion guardant imperially crowned Sinister, A unicorn gorged with the Scottish crown loined and ringed Order around the dexter arms The Garter Crown...
Heraldic Charges: 
BrunswickEnglandIrelandLuneburgSaxonyScotland

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