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Cheshire Heraldry is pleased to announce the publication of

CHESHIRE HERALDRY
THE VISITATIONS OF 1533 TO 1580
A4 Hardback full colour gloss cover, 278 inner pages printed throughout in full colour with 350 armorial illustrations.




http://cheshire-heraldry.org.uk/publications/

Also now available a facsimile copy of the original pedigrees


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