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Mail Art Postcard No. 4652…

But first… Dulltown, UK: Today’s heraldic term is pile – an ordinary consisting of a triangular wedge with one side along the top of the shield. I wanted the pile removed from my shield, but the College of Arms said … Continue reading

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A bit of local colour…

But first… Dulltown, Europe: Today’s heraldic term is pursuivant – an officer of the College of Arms ranking below a herald. The four ordinary pursuivants are: Rouge Croix, Bluemantle, Rouge Dragon, and Portcullis… Gosh, the language of heraldry is so … Continue reading

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