ANSTHRLD - Report: Submission table at Coronation
tmcd at jump.net
Thu Jan 20 10:15:27 PST 2000
On Thu, 20 Jan 2000, Rayburn, Timothy <TRayburn at insurdata.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, January 20, 2000 11:42 AM, tmcd at jump.net
> [SMTP:tmcd at jump.net] wrote:
> > On Thu, 20 Jan 2000, Rayburn, Timothy <TRayburn at insurdata.com>
> > wrote:
> > > 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.
> > Is that mullet entirely on the bend, or overall?
> When I spoke with Galen he was of the opinion it was entirely upon
> the bend, hence a BlackStar on a golden 'field' (the bend).
Ah, makes sense, given the kingdom arms. A quick browse thru the O&A
shows that the exact wording varies majorly, but I think this is an
Gules, a bend wavy between two double bitted axes or, as an
augmentation on the bend in chief a mullet of five greater and
five lesser points sable.
Despite the fact that the SCA generally avoids "charged with", that
apparently can be used as well. I think such a blazon would be about
as elegant as the one above (that is, not particularly in either
Alan Fairfax|9907M|a|Bendy sinister Or and gules, a canton sable,
for augmentation the canton charged with an annulet Or.
Howard, Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal of England|9412L|a|Gules, a
bend between six crosses crosslet fitchy argent, for
augmentation, on the bend in chief an escutcheon Or charged
with a demi-lion its mouth pierced by an arrow within a double
tressure flory counter-flory gules.
Daniel de Lincolia
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