Hungary, 1908-1918

Blazon: Per quarterly, I azure three lions’ heads couped, caboshed, and crowned or, langued gules (Dalmatia); II chequy gules and argent (Croatia); III azure a fess wavy gules on another argent, charged with a marten statant proper, in chief a molet of six points or (Slavonia); IV or seven towers gules 4 and 3, on a chief azure a demi-eagle sable issuant from a fillet of the second, in the dexter chief a sun of the field and in sinister chief a crescent argent (Transylvania); pointe in base per pale i or a dexter arm proper robed gules bearing a scimitar proper and issuant from clouds in the sinister fess point argent (Bosnia), ii gules a double-headed eagle displayed sable armed and crowned or, statant upon a mount issuant from the sea in base, all proper (Fiume); overall an escutcheon per pale barry of eight gules and argent (Hungary ancien) and gules a cross patriarchal paté issuant from a crown on the summit of three mounts in base proper (Hungary moderne)

Hungary pre-1908

Blazon: Per quarterly, I azure three lions’ heads couped, caboshed, and crowned or, langued gules (Dalmatia); II chequy gules and argent (Croatia); III azure a fess wavy gules on another argent, charged with a marten statant proper, in chief a molet of six points or (Slavonia); IV or seven towers gules 4 and 3, on a chief azure a demi-eagle sable issuant from a fillet of the second, in the dexter chief a sun of the field and in sinister chief a crescent argent (Transylvania); pointe in base gules a double-headed eagle displayed sable armed and crowned or, statant upon a mount issuant from the sea in base, all proper (Fiume); overall an escutcheon per pale barry of eight gules and argent (Hungary ancien) and gules a cross patriarchal paté issuant from a crown on the summit of three mounts in base proper (Hungary moderne)

Hungary, end of 18th century

 

Blazon: Per quarterly, I azure three lions’ heads couped, caboshed, and crowned or, langued gules (Dalmatia); II chequy gules and argent (Croatia); III azure a fess wavy gules on another argent, charged with a marten statant proper, in chief a molet of six points or (Slavonia); IV or seven towers gules 4 and 3, on a chief azure a demi-eagle sable issuant from a fillet of the second, in the dexter chief a sun of the field and in sinister chief a crescent argent (Transylvania); overall an escutcheon per pale barry of eight gules and argent (Hungary ancien) and gules a cross patriarchal paté issuant from a crown on the summit of three mounts in base proper (Hungary moderne)

From The Grammar of Heraldry by Samuel Kent, p216

1. John Marten of Sussex, argent a weasel (or marten) or, tail tipped sable, on a chief indented gules three escallops or

2. Robert Mason, or a lion rampant double-tete azure

3. Doyly Michel of Goodmans-Fields in Middlesex, per chevron argent and sable, three herons’ heads erased counterchanged