Posts Tagged ‘ Heraldry ’

The Westphalian seal of the Middle Ages


1. Band H. 1, Abth. 1. The seal of the XI. and XII. Century and the Reitersiegel.1882 H. 1, Abth. 2. The seal of the Dynasten.1883

Nuremberg armorial: Collection of coats of arms of Civil stalls from Nuremberg and elsewhere


In addition to the nobility developed in 18. Century bourgeoisie, that his position solely to their own performance within the company founded. This new layer of society, economy, Art or science class differences by trying to run a coat of arms blur. Of course there was also for the ulterior motives of a later Nobilierung. Tyroff for the occasion was enough, 1783 this work with civic coat of arms (Civil-stands) issue. Those: Tyroff, Martin: Collection of coats of arms of civil stalls from Nuremberg and elsewhere, Nürnberg Anno 1783

Conrad Green Mountain, armorial


Conrad Green Mountain's emblem book, finished 1483, with 2293 coats-of-arms and crests of european nobles, southern german knightly families, and imaginary arms. The two manuscripts also contain several miniatures and a few textual passages.

General Dutch Family Journal (Dutch Family Group Sheet)


Those: The Dutch Association Family Archives: General Dutch Family Journal (Family history, Coat of arms, Sigillography) 1885-1892

Yearbook of the Heraldry Society “Eagle”


"Eagle" is the short name of the Heraldic-Genealogical Society "Adler" in Vienna, The Company was incorporated on 10. More 1870 as a society, founded in Vienna and Berlin, according to the Herald, the second oldest in Europe. The founders were mostly aristocrats and members of the emerging middle classes in Austria and Hungary. Genealogy, Heraldry and sphragistics of the Austrian nobility were the focus of the activities of the "Eagle", who was one of the most respected companies very soon, dealing with historical auxiliary sciences.