ANSTHRLD - Report: Submission table at Coronation
TRayburn at insurdata.com
Thu Jan 20 07:00:08 PST 2000
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On Tuesday, January 18, 2000 9:34 PM, Jacquie Ziegler
[SMTP:shauna at 2a.net] wrote:
> > The latter included Galen of Bristol's "consultation with our
> > heralds to
> > determine the form" of his augmentation of arms, which he did
> > *immediately*
> > after the stepping-down court in which it was granted. Vivat Sir
> > Galen!
> As I knew Sir Galen when he was Viscount Galen (no Sir), could you
> tell me what the form was he chose and what it was granted for?
Viscount Galen's arms recently changed slightly to be :
Gules, a bend wavy between two double bitted axes or.
Which was a change from a double bitted axe and a compass star
previously. The augmentation was granted by their Majesties Daffydd
and Octavia for long-time service to the realm of Ansteorra. In the
past year Viscount Galen autocratted the 20th year celebration of
Ansteorra (ATYC) as well as serving as Royal Herald for her Majesty
Octavia. As he was already a Master of the Pelican, and had every
award for service to the Kingdom, their majesties granted him an
Augmentation of Arms. My understanding is that with augmentation his
arms will now blazon :
Gules, a bend wavy between two double bitted axes or and in canton a
mullet of five greater and five lesser points sable.
Which I suppose would make the blazon of just the augmentation :
(Fieldless) In canton a mullet of five greater and five lesser points
Incidentally, Viscount Galen was also named Golden Staff Herald
(Vocal Heraldry Education) that same day.
Honor Super Gloria,
Timothy of Glastonbury
Protégé to Viscount Galen of Bristol
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