Sellar hatchment

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Re: Sellar hatchment

Postby Martin Goldstraw » 14 Apr 2019, 11:40

The tombstone does at least record the dates of his office.
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Re: Sellar hatchment

Postby James Drabble » 15 Apr 2019, 13:37

Chris Green wrote:Here in Sweden I could call myself "Konsul Green", but that too has a very old-fashioned ring to it .

And that's a bad thing? :)

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Re: Sellar hatchment

Postby Chris Green » 15 Apr 2019, 18:00

And that's a bad thing?


It might give me some personal gratification, but I could also reckon on being labelled pretentious. In Sweden, people of high status always used to be called by their title and name. Thus: "Direktör Svensson" rather than merely "Herr Svensson".
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Re: Sellar hatchment

Postby Stephen J F Plowman » 15 Apr 2019, 18:04

It has just reminded me that I have a photo of the Arms of Alexander BRODIE OF BRODIE Lord Lyon, 1727 in my Brodie Armorial. The Arms are on Brodie Castle.

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Re: Sellar hatchment

Postby Michael F. McCartney » 15 Apr 2019, 20:56

Quite simple basic arms, but beautiful carved in stone!
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