|Statement||By Archibald Barrington, M.D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 216 p.|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||10002778|
Rosemary A. Chorzempa's 'Design Your Own Coat of Arms: An Introduction to Heraldry' is an enjoyable and informative book, full of crisp, detailed black and white sigils for the many, many, many houses and bloodlines out there. While I found it to be informative, it did read a bit slow, and I had trouble staying with it til the end/5(34). An introduction to heraldry, with nearly one thousand illustrations; including the arms of about five hundred different families. Introduction The original use of heraldry was to act as a sign on the battlefield, so that knights fully clad in armour could be easily distinguished one from another. The common practice was for a knight or lord to display the same design on his banner, cloak and shield. OUR GUIDE TO HERALDRY. Heraldry is a huge subject, and some people spend their lives studying it. This guide will help you get to grips with the basics and give you the facts you need to design your very own piece of heraldry or coat of arms.
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