dragon's head

dragon's head
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Arms Quarterly 1. On a chevron between three fleurs de lys three spearheads (Reeve) 2. crusilly a chief indented 3. three clarions [Grenville / Granville?] 4. on a bend three roundels Crest Out of a mural coronet a dragon's head Helmet of an Esquire Motto CRIMEN ERIT SVRETUS
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Coronet of a Marquess Initial Q
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Unidentified Stamp
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Crest Out of a mural coronet a dragon's head couped and collared
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Unidentified Stamp
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Arms Two keys in pale Crest A dragon’s head couped Initials A W Helmet of a knight
Possibilities for Identification: 
Fairbairn’s Crests gives several examples of a dragon’s or wyvern’s head crest, but none of them corresponds to the arms described in Burke’s General armory. Despite the fact that the second initial is W, this stamp might be of continental origin.
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Wright/Reeve, Robert (Stamp 1)
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Arms On a chevron between three fleurs de lys three spearheads Crest Out of a mural coronet a dragon's head Helmet of an Esquire Motto NOBILITAS SOL AVRIVS
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Webster (Stamp 1)
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Arms A cross botonny between four mullets (Webster) impaling A chevron between three hands couped (Maynard?) Crest A dragon's head erased Helmet of an Esquire Motto CARPE DIEM
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Rich, William (1657) (Stamp 1)
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Arms A fess in chief three caltraps Crest A dragon's head couped holding the broken end of a tilting spear Helmet of an Esquire
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Pemberton, Robert Norgrave (1791 - 1848) (Stamp 1)
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Arms A chevron sable between three garbs Crest A dragon's head couped
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North, Frederick, 5th Earl of Guilford  (1766 - 1827) (Stamp 1)
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Crest A dragon's head erased ducally gorged and chained Initial G Coronet of an Earl
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Harford-Battersby, Abraham Gray (1786 - 1851) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Sable two bends argent between three cross crosslets fitchy in pale (Harford) 2 & 3. Azure a saltire paly ermine and or between two rams passant in pale and two cross crosslets fitchy in fess (Battersby) Crests 1. A phoenix in flames between two cross crosslets fitchy in saltire (Harford) 2. A dragon’s head per pale or and azure and wings ermine out of flames (Battersby) Motto INTER UTRUMQUE TENE
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