[ANSTHRLD] 15th-century barrel helm
rwbordelon at gmail.com
Mon Apr 19 19:01:51 PDT 2010
I have printed books too. Some of my favorites are the once you can color
Serena does have a point about more and more people, myself included, are
depending on the easy and quick searches on the web and spending less time
in the printed sources.
Now, back to my crayons....
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 7:40 PM, Alasdair MacEogan <alasdair at bmhanson.net>wrote:
> Diane Rudin <serena1570 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > So, we called something that turns out to be a 14th century barrel helm
> a 15th century barrel helm.
> > I'd recommend looking it up under "Helms" in Friar's Dictionary of
> Heraldry, but I expect that Robin and
> > I are probably the only heralds on this list who still own and use
> printed books.
> Believe it or not quite a number of us do have actual printed books. I
> myself have quite a number of actual professionally printed and bound books
> including the aforementioned Friar's Dictionary, Brook-Little and
> Fox-Davies. I also have a number of the mentioned photocopies of books no
> longer available. I would also say it is very unlikely i am alone in this,
> so no Robin and yourself are not the only heralds on the list who still own
> and use printed books.
> Coblaith, if you would like I will lookin my books ad see if I can pull
> example images from the sources mentioned and send them to you.
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