From A Grammar of English Heraldry, pages 26 and 31

Fig. 78’s use of “Old France” and “England” in place of the full blazons of their respective royalty is relatively common, particularly for France. The eagle in fig. 84 would usually be “in the first quarter” or “in the dexter chief corner”

From A Grammar of English Heraldry, pg. 21

It is unclear what is intended by fig. 67, since “maunch” or “manche” and “sleeve” both refer to the shape displayed on the shield. “Maunche” most likely refers to the sinister part of the sleeve, since it was that portion which differentiated a French “manche” or ordinary sleeve, from the “manche mal taille” displayed here.