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Dering Roll, c. 1270-1280.  The Dering Roll is the oldest English roll of arms surviving in its original form. It was made between 1270 and 1280 and contains the coat of arms of 324 knights, starting with two illegitimate children of King John.

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Dering Roll, c. 1270-1280. The Dering Roll is the oldest English roll of arms surviving in its original form. It was made between 1270 and 1280 and contains the coat of arms of 324 knights, starting with two illegitimate children of King John.

Coat of arms of Henry VIII in St George's Chapel, Windsor (where Henry is buried with third wife Jane Seymour). Around the royal coat of arms are the coats of arms of the Knights of the Garter of his time.

Coat of arms of Henry VIII in St George's Chapel, Windsor (where Henry is buried with third wife Jane Seymour). Around the royal coat of arms are the coats of arms of the Knights of the Garter of his time.

Dering Roll, c. 1270-1280. The Dering Roll is the oldest English roll of arms surviving in its original form. It was made between 1270 and 1280 and contains the coat of arms of 324 knights, starting with two illegitimate children of King John.

Dering Roll, c. 1270-1280. The Dering Roll is the oldest English roll of arms surviving in its original form. It was made between 1270 and 1280 and contains the coat of arms of 324 knights, starting with two illegitimate children of King John.

Coats of Arms, Heraldry, Heraldic Art & Illuminated Manuscripts painted by English Artist Andrew Stewart Jamieson in 2011.

Coats of Arms, Heraldry, Heraldic Art & Illuminated Manuscripts painted by English Artist Andrew Stewart Jamieson in 2011.

Baltimore Coat of Arms, Ferryland.   This coat of arms belonged to Sir George Calvert, Lord Baltimore, who arrived in 1627 and founded a colony of English Catholics at Ferryland. However this was a short-lived endeavour, as Baltimore quickly abandoned his colony due to the harsh winter climate.

Baltimore Coat of Arms, Ferryland. This coat of arms belonged to Sir George Calvert, Lord Baltimore, who arrived in 1627 and founded a colony of English Catholics at Ferryland. However this was a short-lived endeavour, as Baltimore quickly abandoned his colony due to the harsh winter climate.

British Artist and Photographer Andrew Stewart Jamieson, Fine Art, Coats of Arms, Heraldry, Heraldic Art, Heraldic Artists, Coats of Arms, Illuminated Manuscripts, Letters Patent, Presentation Scrolls

British Artist and Photographer Andrew Stewart Jamieson, Fine Art, Coats of Arms, Heraldry, Heraldic Art, Heraldic Artists, Coats of Arms, Illuminated Manuscripts, Letters Patent, Presentation Scrolls

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