France and England

France and England
Mary, of Modena, Queen Consort of James II  (1658 - 1718) (Stamp 2)
Dimensions:
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)
Dimensions:
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)
Dimensions:
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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bordure counterindentedeagle displayedfleurs-de-lys (3)France and EnglandIrelandScotland
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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bend cotisedbordure componybordure engrailedbordure engrailed bezantychevron betweenescallops (3)France and Englandlion rampant
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...
Heraldic Charges: 
barry (10)barry (8)bend, on acanton, on aclarions (3)cross floryfessFrance and Englandleaves (laurel) (3)lion rampant betweenlions passant (2)mullets (3)pheons (3)stags heads caboshed (3)tressure, double, flory counterflory
Lambton, John George, 1st Earl of Durham   (1792 - 1840) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
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: 
annuletantelope's headarchesbarry (6)bars (2)bend sinisterbend, on acanton, on acastlechevronchevron, on achief indentedchief, on acinquefoilcinquefoils (3)cinquefoils (9)cinquefoils (semy)coronet, ducal, out of acrosscrosses crosslet (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
James Francis Edward, Prince of Wales (1688 - 1766) (Stamp 2)
Dimensions:
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)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. France and England quarterly 2. Scotland 3. Ireland Coronet of a Prince of Wales
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Dimensions:
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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