A Celebration of Scottish Heraldry

Scottish Heraldry
User avatar
Martin Goldstraw
Site Admin
Posts: 1047
Joined: 21 Apr 2010, 17:27
Location: Shropshire, England.
Contact:

A Celebration of Scottish Heraldry

Postby Martin Goldstraw » 22 Jul 2014, 17:24

The Armorial Register Limited, publishers of The International Armorial Register, are pleased to announce that their long awaited book, A Celebration of Scottish Heraldry, is now available to purchase with an expected dispatch date of 20 to 30 days from receipt of the order.

A Celebration of Scottish Heraldry

Image

Early in 2011, in anticipation of the 340th anniversary of the Lyon King of Arms Act 1672 The Armorial Register Limited, publishers of The International Register of Arms, invited the submission of digital photographic material for the publication of a fully illustrated book dedicated to the many practical ways in which Scottish Armigers of today enjoy and demonstrate their personal armorial bearings. This book is the result of the generous co-operation of participating Scots armigers.

This volume is not an armorial; its main purpose is to illustrate practical usage of Scots Armory in the 21st century. All of those whose arms are recorded within its covers have armorial bearings recorded in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland and participants in this project were invited to submit photographs, along with as much detail as they wished, of any armorial item they have made use of be it their Letters Patent, library painting, crest badge, seal matrix, flag, cutlery, dirks, sporrans, engraved items or anything else which was deemed to be heraldically relevant. As a bare minimum the editors asked that their entry should be illustrated with an original grant of arms or matriculation document and as a concession to privacy it was agreed to blank out addresses etc if such was preferred. The editors have simply put together a number of examples they felt would be of interest to enthusiasts throughout the world and in doing so hope that this would also benefit the favoured heraldic artists and craftsmen of the armigers concerned. Containing 82 Letters Patent and over 233 other images, most of which have never been seen by the general public before, this book brings to life an infectious enthusiasm shared by its armigerous contributors.

Participation in this project was free and the editors thank all contributors for generously sharing with them the armorial bearings they hold so dear. The images illustrating this publication are supplied by the armigers themselves.

Price £65 plus Postage and Packing

Available direct from the Publishers.

http://www.armorial-register.com/celebr ... aldry.html
Martin Goldstraw
Cheshire Heraldry
http://cheshire-heraldry.org.uk

Return to “Court of the Lord Lyon”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests