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Armorial général précédé d"un dictionnaire des termes du blason. by Johannes Baptiste Rieststap

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Published by Heraldry Today .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

2nd ed. originally published, 1887.

Series"Heraldry Today." Publications
The Physical Object
Pagination1316p.,23cm
Number of Pages1316
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21637955M

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Reissue. Not paginated. Gold lettering on the spine. The lower spine shows signs of a sticker having been removed. Corners are bumped, cover is lightly worn. A very good copy of this Armorial General illustrated throughout with the various coats of Arms. This is a very heavy book and will require additional shipping charges (at cost). Size: 8. The Armorial General is the most authoritative work on the coats-of-arms in the world. The descriptions of the arms cover those of more than , families, alphabetically arranged and accurately described. The work was compiled from hundreds of armorials and it contains an extensive glossary of terms. In addition to a full description of the /5(4). Armorial general de France: recueil officiel dresse en vertu de l'edit de / par Charles d' Hozier, juge d'armes de France et genealogiste de la maison du Roy; publie par Henry ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. pages.   Atlas of plates by V. Rolland, H. Rolland, and J.G. Petrick, to complement Rietstap's Armorial général Vols. have title: Planches de l'Armorial général de J.-B. Rietstap Vols. have imprint: La Haye, M. Nijhoff 16Pages:

Armorial général de France (édit de novembre ) Généralité de Caen. Pub. d'après le manuscrit de la Bibliothèque nationale, avec introduction, notes et tables (Rouen, A. Lestringant; Paris, A. Picard, ), by Rouen Société de l'histoire de Normandie, ed. by Gustave A. . Armorial Toulousain; armorial général des familles nobles du Pays Toulousain. (Toulouse, L. Hébrail, ), by Alphonse Brémond (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Armorial universel; précédé d'un traité complet de la science du blason, et suivi d'un supplément, (Paris, L. Curmer, ), by Jouffroy d'Eschavannes.   Armorial général: précédé d'un dictionnaire des Termes du blason by Rietstap, Johannes Baptist, Publication date Topics Heraldry Publisher Gouda: G. B. van Goor Zonen Collection kellylibrary; toronto Digitizing sponsor University of Toronto Contributor Kelly - University of Toronto Language French. A roll of arms (or armorial) is a collection of coats of arms, usually consisting of rows of painted pictures of shields, each shield accompanied by the name of the person bearing the arms.. The oldest extant armorials date to the mid 13th century, and armorial manuscripts continued to be produced throughout the Early Modern period. Siebmachers Wappenbuch of was an early instance of a.

Armorial General Du Forez, Dresse D'Apres Les Monuments, Description Des Blasons de La Diana (Histoire) (French Edition) [Louis-Pierre Gras] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Répertoire héraldique, ou Armorial général du Forez: dressé d'après les monuments, suivi de la description des blasons de la Diana. Rietstap's Armorial General. Riestap's Armorial General is a huge collection of family crests gathered from numerous smaller armorials and all put in one multi volume armorial. There are , or so European names listed (, European coats of arms: France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Holland, Spain, England, Italy. along with a. Johannes Baptista Rietstap (12 May –24 December ) was a Dutch heraldist and is most well known for his publication of the Armorial monumental work contains the blazons of the coats of arms of more than , European families. It is . Sandy Meston of Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire, Scotland describes an incident which happened during WW II when he was a member of British Intelligence and in contact in France with the French Resistance. Near Britanny, he met a French priest who showed him a miniature of the same armorial bearings as painted on the snuff box.