lion rampant

lion rampant
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Crest A lion rampant
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lion rampant
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Arms Sable three buglehorns stringed on an escutcheon Per bend sinister ermine and erminois a lion rampant (Trevor) Crest A stork
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buglehorns (3)lion rampantper bend sinisterstork
Wellesley, Richard Colley, Marquess Wellesley (1760 - 1842) (Stamp 5)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. A cross between five plates [roundels] saltireways in each quarter (Wellesley) 2 & 3. A lion rampant ducally gorged (Colley) Coronet of a Marquess Order Motto, Collar and Badge of the Order of St Patrick
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cross, on alion rampantroundels (5)
Wellesley, Garrett, 1st Earl of Mornington (1735 - 1784) (Stamp 4)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Gules a cross argent between five plates [roundels] saltireways in each quarter (Wellesley) 2 & 3. Or a lion rampant gules ducally gorged (Colley) Coronet of an Earl Supporters Two lions ducally gorged and chained Motto UNICA VIRTUS NECESSARIA
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cross betweenlion rampantroundels (5)
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
Spencer, Charles Robert, 6th Earl Spencer (1857 - 1922) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 quarterly in the second and third quarters a fret overall on a bend three escallops (Spencer) 2. A lion rampant on a canton a cross (Churchill) 3. Four lozenges in fess 4. Quarterly 1 & 4 On a pile between six fleurs de lys three lions of England (Seymour augmentation of honour) 2 & 3 Two wings conjoined in lure tips (Seymour) Coronet of an Earl Order of the Garter
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bend, on acanton, on acrossescallops (3)fleurs-de-lys (6)fretlion rampantlions passant gardant (3)lozenges (4)pile, on aquarterlywings (2)
Spencer-Churchill, Charles Richard John, 9th Duke of Marlborough  (1871 - 1934) (Stamp 6)
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Arms 1 &4. Quarterly argent and gules in the second and third quarters a fret or overall on a bend sable three escallops argent (Spencer) 2 &3. Sable a lion rampant argent on a canton argent a cross gules (Churchill) in chief an escutcheon charged with the cross of St George thereon an escutcheon charged with three fleurs-de-lys (France) as an honourable augmentation Supporter A double headed eagle displayed crowned Coronet of a Duke Crown Imperial crown
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bend, on acanton, on acrossescallops (3)escutcheonescutcheon, on afretgloves (3)lion rampantquarterly
Spencer-Churchill, Charles Richard John, 9th Duke of Marlborough  (1871 - 1934) (Stamp 4)
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Arms Quarterly 1 &4. Quarterly argent and gules in the second and third quarters a fret or overall on a bend sable three escallops argent (Spencer) 2 &3. Sable a lion rampant argent on a canton argent a cross gules (Churchill) in chief an escutcheon charged with the cross of St George thereon an escutcheon charged with three fleurs-de-lys (France) as an honourable augmentation Crests 1. A lion couchant gardant holding a banner charged with a dexter hand apaumé (Churchill) 2. Out of a ducal coronet a griffin’s head between two wings raised gorged with a bar gemelle (Spencer) Coronet of a...
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bend, on acanton, on acastles (3)coronet, ducal, out of acrossescallops (3)escutcheonescutcheon, on afretgarbs (2)griffin's head and wingshandlion couchant gardantlion rampantquarterly
Spencer-Churchill, Charles Richard John, 9th Duke of Marlborough  (1871 - 1934) (Stamp 3)
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Arms Quarterly 1 &4. Quarterly argent and gules in the second and third quarters a fret or overall on a bend sable three escallops argent (Spencer) 2 &3. Sable a lion rampant argent on a canton argent a cross gules (Churchill) in chief an escutcheon charged with the cross of St George thereon an escutcheon charged with three fleurs-de-lys (France) as an honourable augmentation Supporters A double headed eagle displayed crowned and haloed; two wyverns Crests 1. A lion couchant gardant holding a banner charged with a dexter hand apaumé (Churchill) 2. Out of a ducal coronet a griffin’s head...
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banner, on abend, on acanton, on acoronet, ducal, out of acrossescallops (3)escutcheonescutcheon, on aeyegriffin's head and wingshandhunting hornlion couchant gardantlion rampantquarterly

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