King, Edward, 1st Earl of Kingston (1726 - 1797) (Stamp 1)

Owner: 
King, Edward, 1st Earl of Kingston  (1726 - 1797) (Stamp 1)
height: 
65mm
width: 
55mm
Full Heraldic Description: 
Arms Quarterly 1. Two lions rampant combatant supporting a dexter hand erect couped at the wrist a crescent for difference (King) 2. Three bars nebuly (Blount) 3. Three horses heads (Blayney) 4. A fess between three cross crosslets fitchy (Gore) in fess point the hand of Ulster Supporters Two lions rampant collared, chained, ringed and ducally crowned Crest Out of a ducal coronet a hand erect the third and fourth fingers turned down Helmet of a peer Coronet of a Baron Motto SPES TUTISSIMA COELIS
Arms: 
Quarterly 1. Two lions rampant combatant supporting a dexter hand erect couped at the wrist a crescent for difference (King) 2. Three bars nebuly (Blount) 3. Three nags heads (Blayney) 4. A fess between three cross crosslets fitchy (Gore) in fess point the hand of Ulster
Quarterings: 
Two lions rampant combatant supporting a dexter hand erect couped at the wrist a crescent for difference (King) 2. Three bars nebuly (Blount) 3. Three horses heads (Blayney) 4. A fess between three cross crosslets fitchy (Gore) in fess point the hand of Ulster
Crest: 
Out of a ducal coronet a hand erect the third and fourth fingers turned down
Coronet: 
Baron
Helmet: 
Peer
Supporters: 
Two lions rampant collared, chained, ringed and ducally crowned
Motto: 
Spes tutissima coelis
Stamp Key: 
IKIN001_s1