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Scott, Walter, Sir, Baronet (1771 - 1832) (Stamp 4)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4 or two mullets in chief and a crescent in base azure within an orle azure (Scott) 2 & 3 or on a bend azure three mascles or in sinister chief point a buckle or (Haliburton) Crest A nymph in her dexter hand a sun in her sinister a moon Supporters Dexter a mermaid holding a mirror Sinister a savage wreathed around the head and middle holding a club Mottoes (above) REPARABIT CORNUA PHOEBE; (below) WATCH WEEL On an escutcheon the hand of Ulster
Heraldic Charges: 
bend, on abucklecrescenthand of Ulstermascles (3)moonmullets (2)nymphorlesun
Talbot, Gilbert, 7th Earl of Shrewsbury (1553 - 1616) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of twenty one 1. A lion rampant a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 2. A lion rampant a bordure (Montgomery Earl of Shrewsbury) 3. Bendy of ten (Talbot, ancient) 4. Three garbs within a double tressure flory counterflory (Comyn Lord of Badenoch) 5. Barry of ten martlets in orle (De Valence Earl of Pembroke) 6. Three escutcheons barry of six vair and [gules] (Monchesny) 7. A bend lozengy (Marshall, ancient) 8. On a chief three crosses patty fitchy (De Clare) 9. Three garbs (MacMurrough) 10. Two lions passant (Strange) 11. A saltire a martlet for difference (Nevill) 12. Fretty a canton...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bendbend betweenbend lozengybendy (10)billettybordurebordure engrailedcantonchapeau, on achief indentedchief indented, on achief, on acrosses patty (3)escutcheons (3)fessfretfrettygarbs (3)lion passantlion rampantlions passant (2)martlets (10)martlets (6)orlequarterlysaltiretalbottressure, double, flory counterflory
Sidney, Robert, Earl of Leicester (1563 - 1626) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of sixteen 1. A pheon (Sydney) 2. Barry of ten a lion rampant crowned (Brandon) 3. A lion rampant double queued (Dudley) 4. Two lions passant (Somerie) 5. Barry of six in chief three torteaux [roundels] a label of three points for difference (Grey, Viscount Lisle) 6. A maunch (Hastings) 7. A wolf's head erased (Lupus, Earl of Chester) 8. Barry of ten as many martlets in orle (Valence, Earl of Pembroke) 9. A lion rampant (Marshall, Earl of Pembroke) 10. Seven mascles conjoined three and one (Ferrers of Groby) 11. A lion rampant within a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 12. A fess...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bordure engrailedcheckychevronchevrons (3)chief, on across crosslets (6)escallops (3)fessfess betweenfess dancettylion rampantlion rampant withinlion statant gardantlions passant (2)lozenges (5)martlets (10)mascles (7)maunchorlepheonroundels (3)vairwolf's head
Scott, Walter, Sir, Baronet (1771 - 1832) (Stamp 3)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4 or two mullets in chief and a crescent in base azure within an orle azure (Scott) 2 & 3 or on a bend azure three mascles or in sinister chief point a buckle or (Haliburton) Crest A nymph in her dexter hand a sun in her sinister a moon Supporters Dexter a mermaid holding a mirror Sinister a savage wreathed around the head and middle holding a club Mottoes (above) REPARABIT CORNUA PHOEBE; (below) WATCH WEEL On an escutcheon the hand of Ulster
Heraldic Charges: 
bend, on abucklecrescentmascles (3)moonmullets (2)nymphorlesun
Pembroke College Cambridge (Stamp 1)
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Arms On seven bars an orle of martlets (De Valence, Earl of Pembroke) dimidiating three pales vair on a chief a label of five points (De St Pol)
Heraldic Charges: 
bars (7)chief, on alabelmartlets (7)orlepales (3)
Lambton, John George, 1st Earl of Durham   (1792 - 1840) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly of thirty 1 & 30. Sable a fess between three lambs passant argent (Lambton) 2. Argent a fess gules between three parrots [popinjay] (Lumley) 3. Gules six parrots three two and one (Lumley, ancient) 4. Gules a saltire argent (Gospatrick, Earl of Northumberland [Nevill?]) 5. Sable three standing cups (André) 6. A saltire vairy argent and sable (Morewic) 7. Argent a fess gules between three parrots (Tweng) 8. Azure a lion rampant ducally crowned (Darell) 9. Argent a lion rampant azure (Brus) 10. Gules two single arches in chief a double one in base (Arches) 11. Argent a...
Heraldic Charges: 
antelope's headarchesannuletbarry (6)bars (2)bend sinisterbend, on acanton, on acastlechevronchevron, on achief indentedchief, on acinquefoilcinquefoils (3)cinquefoils (9)cinquefoils (semy)coronet, ducal, out of acrosscross crosslets (3)cups (3)dolphineagle displayedescutcheonfess betweenfleurs-de-lys (3)France and Englandfrettyhead (woman's)lambs (3)lion passant gardantlion rampantlion rampant gardantlozengymullets (3)orlepallets (2)parrots (3)parrots (6)quatrefoils (3)quatrefoils (4)ram's headsaltire
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Arms Quarterly of six 1. Two bars in chief three roundels (Hungerford) 2. Per pale indented a chevron (Heytesbury) 3. Barry of six (Hussey) 4. Three garbs a chief (Peverel) 5. A lion rampant within an orle (Burnell) 6. A saltire engrailed (Blount) a crescent on a mullet for difference impaling Quarterly of six 1. Two bars in chief three roundels (Hungerford) 2. Per pale indented a chevron (Heytesbury) 3. On a chevron three fleurs de lys (Peverel) 4. Three roundels a label (Courtenay) 5. A griffin segreant (Botereux) 6. Paly wavy of six (Molines) a crescent for difference
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (6)bars (2)chevronchevron, on achieffleurs-de-lys (3)garbs (3)griffin segreantlion rampant withinorlepaly wavy (6)per pale indentedroundels (3)saltire engrailed
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester (1532 - 1588) (Stamp 3)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of sixteen 1. A lion rampant a crescent for difference (Dudley) 2. Two lions passant (Somerie) 3. A cinquefoil pierced (Pagnell) 4. Barry of six in chief a label (Grey) 5. A cross flory (Lexington) 6. A maunch (Hastings) 7. Barry of ten an orle of martlets (De Valence) 8. Vairy (Ferrers) 9. Seven mascles conjoined three, three, and one (Ferrers of Groby as heir of Quinci) 10. Three garbs (Meschines) 11. A lion rampant within a bordure (Belesme) 12. A fess between six cross crosslets (Beauchamp) 13. Checky a chevron ermine (Guy, Earl of Warwick) 14. A chevron between ten...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bordurecheckychevronchevron betweenchevrons (2)cinquefoilcross crosslets (6)cross florycrosses patty (10)fess betweengarbs (3)lion passantlion rampantlion rampant withinlions passant (2)martlets (10)mascles (7)maunchorlevairy
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester (1532 - 1588) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of sixteen 1. A lion rampant double queued (Sutton and Dudley) 2. Two lions passant (Somerie) 3. Barry of six a label (Grey) 4. Barry of ten an orle of ten martlets (De Valence) 5. A cinquefoil ermine (Astley) 6. A lion rampant within a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 7. A lion rampant within a bordure (Belesme) 8. A fess between six cross crosslets (Beauchamp) 9. Checky a chevron ermine (Guy, Earl of Warwick) 10. A chevron between ten crosses patty (Berkeley) 11. A lion passant crowned (Lisle) 12. A fess between two chevrons (Lisle) 13. A saltire between four martlets...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (6)bearbordure engrailedcheckychevronchevron betweenchief, on acinquefoilcross crosslets (5)cross crosslets (6)crosses patty (10)escutcheonfess betweenfess dancettylion passantlion rampantlion rampant betweenlion rampant withinlions passant (2)martlets (10)orlepallets (3) betweensaltirestaff, ragged
Drake, Richard (1609 - 1681) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Two shields 1. Barry of ten an orle of martlets (Valence) dimidiated impaling Vair three pallets on a chief a label (Chastillon) the whole being the arms of Pembroke College, Cambridge 2. A wyvern wings displayed and tails nowed (Drake)
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)chief, on alabelmartlets (10)orlepallets (3)vairwyvern

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