[ANSTHRLD] Herald clipart binder
tmcd at panix.com
Sun Jan 22 12:53:55 PST 2006
On Sat, 21 Jan 2006, Thorn <Thorn at raf662bravo.com> wrote:
> Herald Denyel da Linccolne,
What a bizarre spelling of my name! Everybody knows that it's
properly spelled Danielis Lindum!
> Where do I find the artwork you had in that binder at Coronation?
> # 157 & #251
If #157 is a cross bottony and #251 is a drop spindle, then it's
As Used in the
Society For Creative Anachronism
BRUCE DRACONARIUS OF
Bruce Draconarius of Mistholme
A lot of heralds have it, especially the longer-serving ones, so maybe
there's one in, say, Tyler? Or maybe you sometimes get over to
Dallas. Someone who's going to do armory should have a copy of their
own, HINT HINT, which you should be able to get via
Dictionary", near the bottom ... yow! they've jacked up the price!
On-line, there's "A GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN HERALDRY by JAMES
PARKER" at <http://www.heraldsnet.org/saitou/parker/>, a site you
should bookmark, HINT HINT. The easy way to find it is to go to the
C section (snrk!) and search for "bouton". Ignore that Frency-type
spelling: we call it a "cross bottony", period. Parker doesn't seem
to have a drop spindle in the sense of the Pic Dic.
You can try a search for
via Google Image Search <http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi>.
Plenty of hits, but I'm not sanguine about finding an outline drawing
for heraldry in particular: searching for
"drop spindle" (heraldry OR heraldic OR herald)
got no hits.
If you really need the drop spindle from the Pic Dic, someone might be
able to scan it for you. (I have no scanner.)
Daniel de Lindo Colonia
"Me, I love the USA; I never miss an episode." -- Paul "Fruitbat" Sleigh
Tim McDaniel; Reply-To: tmcd at panix.com
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