France and England

France and England
Mary, of Modena, Queen Consort of James II  (1658 - 1718) (Stamp 2)
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Two Arms side by side 1. Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Second Arms An eagle displayed (D'Este) Crown Imperial crown [This armorial is made up of separate pieces and is found in different arrangements and sizes with a border or without. The crown and the quartering of the arms of Scotland were probably specially cut]
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Mary, of Modena, Queen Consort of James II  (1658 - 1718) (Stamp 4)
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Two Arms side by side, reversed 1. Quarterly 1 and 4. France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Second Arms An eagle displayed (D'Este) Crown of a royal duke
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Mary, of Modena, Queen Consort of James II  (1658 - 1718) (Stamp 3)
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Two arms side by side First Arms Quarterly 1 & 4 France and England. 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Second arms An eagle displayed (D'Este) Crown of a royal duke within the cordelier of a widow
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Mary, of Modena, Queen Consort of James II  (1658 - 1718) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Quarterly France and England 2. Scotland 3. Ireland impaling Quarterly 1 & 4. An eagle displayed crowned (D'Este) 2 & 3. Three fleurs de lys within a bordure counterindented (Ferrara) Supporters Dexter A lion gardant charged with a label and Sinister An eagle both ducally crowned Coronet of a royal duke
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Lyttelton, William Henry, 1st Baron Lyttelton, of Frankley (1724 - 1808) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1. Argent a chevron between three escallops sable (Lyttelton) 2. Argent a bend cotised sable a bordure engrailed bezanty (Westcote) 3. Gules a lion rampant and a bordure engrailed (Talbot) 4. France and England quarterly within a bordure compony (Beaufort) Supporters Two mermen in their exterior hands tridents Coronet of a Baron Motto UNG DIEU UNG ROY
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Leveson-Gower, George Granville, 1st Duke of Sutherland  (1758 - 1833) (Stamp 4)
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Arms Quarterly of eight 1. Quarterly 1 & 4. Barry of eight argent and gules a cross flory sable (Gower) 2 & 3. Azure three laurel leaves (Leveson) impaling on an inescutcheon of pretence Gules three mullets within a double tressure flory counterflory, the inescutcheon surmounted of an Earl's coronet (Earldom of Sutherland) 2. Barry of eight argent and gules a cross flory sable (Gower) 3. Gules three clarions (Granville) 4. Argent a lion rampant between three pheons (Egerton) 5. Argent on a bend azure three stags heads caboshed (Stanley) 6. Gules two lions passant (Strange) 7. Barry of ten...
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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...
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James Francis Edward, Prince of Wales (1688 - 1766) (Stamp 2)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Crown Imperial rown Order The Garter
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James Francis Edward, Prince of Wales (1688 - 1766) (Stamp 1)
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Coronet of a Prince of Wales
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Arms Quarterly 1 & 4.France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland a label for cadency Crown of a Prince of Wales Order The Garter
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