From the contents: Tournament collar in the German heraldry, the nobility Behr, Bar in Northern Germany, Messrs. Jerichow and their kinsmen, the Lippe Rose Group, Seal of the City of Aachen, Studies on the family of Hammerstein.
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Otto Posse geboren am 29. July 1847 in Weissensee; † 13. November 1921 in Dresden, one of the most renowned representatives of the Historical Auxiliary Sciences. Otto Posse came from a Thuringian peasant- crafts and family. His father was the Rotgerbermeister in Weissensee, and there was later a clerk's office. Of 1861 to 1867 Posse received his education in the country Pforta. Posse had studied history in Berlin and Göttingen, and later with a study on the "Reinhardt Brunner history books," Ph.D.. After working at the state archives in Marburg and Weimar (1872/73) [...]
The first volume, of the city seal and coat of arms of Prussia, West Prussia and Brandenburg treated, appeared in 1894. This second part is due to Siegel described the many submitters from cities, Archives and registries, The local label came from the royal Privy State Archives in Berlin, the farm- State Archives in Vienna and the Bohemian National Archives and the archives of the Museum in Prague. It contains the arms of the Prussian provinces of Pomerania, Posen and Silesia. It does not matter in this book, particularly splendid illustrations to present arms (there is[...]
Published by the Association of Berlin Herald. Once again I would like to provide relevant literature and the issues of the quarterly magazine hold a lot of background information and historical essays one. The writings were published under the title: “Quarterly Journal of heraldry and genealogy sphragistics” ( 1873–1889) “Quarterly magazine for arms-, Siegel and Family History” (1890–1931) As a brief overview here are some examples from the content of the expenditure 1876-1894: The synopses of the family of Sterbfritz, Coat of arms of the lords and barons of Puttkamer, the house Krockow, Fragments of genealogy Schledorn, Russian nobility conditions, Schirach and the von Schirach, [...]
This book is in three parts, deals extensively with the research arms of the same figures and formations and the associated question of the origin and dissemination of the appropriate sex, with forays into the genealogies. Their possible association with other tribal, or cities- Geistlichkeits-seals and also references to related illustrations, the importance of the emblems, and a detailed explanation of the historical and heraldic seal and coat of arms for the purposes of art and cultural history.