From Heraldry Display’d, or London’s Armory by Samuel Lyne, p9 Arms of the Haberdashers’ Guild Blazon: Barry nebuly of argent and azure, on a bend gules a lion passant or Crest: Issuant from a cloud two arms proper holding a … Continue reading →
The expulsion of the Moors and the conquest of Granada by Ferdinand was the reason why Catherine of Arragon bore three pomegranates on a shield surmounted by a crown, which was the badge of Grenada [the pomegranate]. -She was the daughter of Ferdinand.
From Historical Anecdotes of Heraldry and Chivalry by Susannah Dawson Dobson, p127
From Heraldry Display’d or London’s Armory by Samuel Lyne, p7 Arms of the Skinner’s Guild Blazon: Ermine on a chief gules three ducal coronets or, caps of the first Crest: A lynx statant proper, gorged with a garland of leaves vert … Continue reading →
On the marriage of Josceline with Agnes, he took by express stipulation the name of Percy, that he might preserve the name of the house; and he quartered his arms with were or, a lion rampant azure, with hers, which were azure five fusils in fess or.
From Historical Anecdotes of Heraldry and Chivalry, by Susannah Dawson Dobson, p110