The books contain sieve-Arms 130.000 Wappen in 119 Volumes. 1605 appeared to be a first part of his “New Wappenbuch” with 226 Boards. 1609 the second with 164 Boards. At the time of 1854 to 1967 appeared the new sieve. The individual volumes were divided into divisions. Primarily responsible for initially was Otto Titan v. Hefner. However, the number of employees known as Heyer v. Rosenfeld, A.M. Hildebrandt, G.A. Seyler, or M. Gritzner stood aside and gave each different parts of the individual volumes.
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.
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) [...]
Friedrich Karl I. Joseph, Prince of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst was born the son of Prince Charles Albert III. and his wife Leopoldine, Princess of Fürstenberg on 5. More 1814 in Stuttgart. He was a member of the House of Hohenlohe, and he is considered one of the major German heraldry and researchers sigillography. In 1857 He began his research sphragistic. His role models were Lisch, Lepsius, Stillfried and Vossberg, just to name a few. The purpose of his endeavor was, German officials in the archive description[...]
The genealogies of the old patrician- Council and families can be found in the database in detailed form. Literature: Reidemeister, Sophie: Brunswick patrician genealogies- Rats and gender, Edited by Werner spit, Brunswick: Johann Heinrich Meyer 1948