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Liam Devlin is a Knight of Malta, Unicorn Pursuivant of Arms and a fellow member of the Heraldry Society of Scotland. He is a most generous friend.

Liam Devlin is a Knight of Malta and an enthusiast member of the Heraldry Society of Scotland. Our friendship began when we were both awarded the "Pro Merito Meltense" silver medal together at the Brompton Oratory.

Robert Harrison is a friend through heraldry from the earliest time I became a member of the "Heraldry Society."  We have shared many a platform in which we have both lectured on our favourite subject.

Robert Harrison is a friend through heraldry from the earliest time I became a member of the "Heraldry Society." We have shared many a platform in which we have both lectured on our favourite subject.

John & Eileen Malden have been friends for many years through the Heraldry Society of Scotland.  John is currently "Slains Pursuivant of Arms" for the Earl of Erroll.

John & Eileen Malden have been friends for many years through the Heraldry Society of Scotland. John is currently "Slains Pursuivant of Arms" for the Earl of Erroll.

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‘Joust’ courtesy of Stephen Moss/Photosm

Golden Fleece Order stallplate of 71. Philippe de Crèvecoeur, Seigneur des Cardes (+1494), O.L.Vrouw kerk Brugge, by Pierre Coustain 1468.

Pierre Coustain, Pieter Coustens Shield_of_Philippe_de_Crevecoeur_as_knight_of_the_Order_of_the_Golden_Fleece

Golden Fleece Order Stall-plate of 69. Jacques de Luxembourg, Seigneur de Richebourg (1426-1487), O.L.Vrouw kerk Brugge, by Pierre Coustain 1468.

Golden Fleece Order Stall-plate of Jacques de Luxembourg, Seigneur de…

Baltischer Wappen-Calendar 1902 (Baltic States Coats of Arms Calendar) published in Riga by E Bruhns with illustrations by M. Kortmann. -- Presentation at: http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.fr/2014/08/baltic-heraldry.html

Family crests from Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania in a 1902 calendar of colour woodblock prints Each coat of arms^ has the corresponding family name printed (in some swish, Art Nouveau-influenced fonts!) on each illustration.