Cheshire Heraldry Web Journal (Blog)

A journal of the activities of an Amateur Armorist.

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Entries from February 2014

The artwork of Tudor-Radu Tiron

February 17th, 2014 · Comments Off on The artwork of Tudor-Radu Tiron

I was first made aware of the artwork of Tudor-Radu Tiron when my friend and colleague John Duncan of Sketraw commissioned him to paint a library picture of his armorial bearings. Tudor has recently finished a commission for another heraldic acquaintance, Richard Globe, and I have to say that I am most impressed. You can see […]

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The American Institute of Heraldry

February 13th, 2014 · Comments Off on The American Institute of Heraldry

This link to a video on You tube about the Institute of Heraldry (1969) has recently been posted on the American Heraldry Society Forum. I thought it worthy of sharing. http://youtu.be/gK9s9R3x6Fk

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Tomlinson’s The Heraldry of Cheshire

February 13th, 2014 · Comments Off on Tomlinson’s The Heraldry of Cheshire

On Saturday I will be in Macclesfield talking about Knutsford. I’ll be giving the same talk I gave to the good people of the town of Knutsford but this time to the members and guests of The Cheshire Heraldry Society. The talk, called Lyon’s can’t read! The Civic Arms of Knutsford Explained, is based (as […]

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Woops! “COMMOM”?

February 11th, 2014 · Comments Off on Woops! “COMMOM”?

I came across this today and it made me smile (I thought it akin to the Balzup post I made some time ago). I am reliably informed that the mistake has been pointed out to the website owner but, to date, the image remains unaltered. We all make mistakes of course and I’m sure that […]

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