[ANSTHRLD] Bends and Bendlets - can you have a single bendlet?
logiosophia at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 20 19:57:26 PDT 2007
A baton has come to mean a bendlet couped. The diminutive of a bend sinister is frequently called a scarpe. Trust Daniel's citation of Precedent's over my historical examples. It'll be easier on the submittor.
Luciana Caterina di Borghese <dolce.luce at gmail.com> wrote:
I was originally thinking of it being a baton, but that term did not seem to
match the examples that I found of it. I just do not want the device to get
returned because I was too much of a goose to check and get it 'SCA
On 9/20/07, Robert Wade wrote:
> Papworth's Ordinary blazons several period arms as ".. a bendlet ...". A
> more trustworthy source than the emblazons of Foster's Dictionary, but it
> also shows single bendlets.
> Luciana Caterina di Borghese wrote:
> I am working on the line drawing for a submittor.
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