Weaver, John N/A

The arms of Weaver of Presteigne [Prestene] in Radnor in Wales and of London, according to the Visitation of London of 1568, were Or on a fess azure between two cotises gules two garbs or with as a crest An antelope passant ermine attired or supporting with the dexter foot an escutcheon or. This stamp would appear to be a distortion of these arms, though the bars can hardly be cotises and there is no fess shown. The antelope, moreover, is not ermine.

Seat / Residence(s): Presteigne, Radnorshire
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Weaver, John (Stamp 1) Title: Weaver, John (Stamp 1)
Arms: Two garbs between two bars
Crest: A heraldic antelope passant its dexter foot resting on an escutcheon azure (?)
Dimensions (height x width): 95mm x 79mm
Heraldic Charges: antelope (heraldic), Heraldic Charges: bars (2), Heraldic Charges: escutcheon, Heraldic Charges: garbs (2)