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Panel. Arms of Elizabeth de la Pole, Duchess of Suffolk. Shield surrounded by the garter legend: honi soit qui mal y pense. The garter was conferred on the 2nd Duke of Suffolk between 1469 and 1473, late 15th century.

Arms of Elizabeth de la Pole, Duchess of Suffolk. Shield surrounded by the garter legend: honi soit qui mal y pense. The garter was conferred on the Duke of Suffolk between 1469 and late century.

St John Fisher's arms.

From Queens College, Cambridge: the coat of arms of St John Fisher, Chancellor of Cambridge University, bishop of Rochester, Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church and martyr for the Faith. Today is the feast of Ss John Fisher & Thomas More.

Tudor House stained glass -Tudor Royal Arms  structure ideas and print ideas, colour clash

Tudor House stained glass -Tudor Royal Arms structure ideas and print ideas, colour clash

stained glass heraldry - Google-søgning

Wappen mit Adler in Glasfenstern Stained glass window with Shield of Arms with Eagle

Warwick Castle - Stained Glass

Stained Glass window at Warwick Castle in Warwickshire, West Midlands, England. (photo by John Dalkin, ©

Heraldic medieval stained glass from the late 14th or early 15th century in Chicheley Chapel on the Wimpole Hall estate in Cambridgeshire.

Heraldic medieval stained glass from the late or early century in Chicheley Chapel on the Wimpole Hall estate in Cambridgeshire.

Related image  The arms of William de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby (vaire gules and or), impaling those of his wife Agnes, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of… | Pinterest  pinterest.com236 × 327Search by image  The arms of William de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby (vaire gules and or), impaling those of his wife Agnes, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester (azure three garbs or) - Baddesley...

Related image The arms of William de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby (vaire gules and or), impaling those of his wife Agnes, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of… | Pinterest pinterest.com236 × 327Search by image The arms of William de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby (vaire gules and or), impaling those of his wife Agnes, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester (azure three garbs or) - Baddesley...

Sir Henry Fitzhugh, Lord of the Manor of Wath (1472) impaling the arms of his wife Alice Neville, sister of Richard, Earl of Warwick

Sir Henry Fitzhugh, Baron FitzHugh and Lord of the Manor of Wath impaling the arms of his wife Lady Alice Neville, sister of Richard, Earl of Warwick. Great-grandparents to Queen Katherine.

Heraldic window in the church of Klingnau, Aargau, Switzerland

Heraldic window in the church of Klingnau, Aargau, Switzerland

Stifter mit Wappen Hirth von Saulheim (aus Nieder-Saulheim?) (Darmstadt, Hessisches Landesmuseum)  Standort     Darmstadt (Hessen), Hessisches Landesmuseum Position/Maße     • 55,0cm x 87,0cm  Künstler/Werkstatt     Rheinland Entstehungsdatum     um 1470/80

Stifter mit Wappen Hirth von Saulheim (aus Nieder-Saulheim?) (Darmstadt, Hessisches Landesmuseum) Standort Darmstadt (Hessen), Hessisches Landesmuseum Position/Maße • 55,0cm x 87,0cm Künstler/Werkstatt Rheinland Entstehungsdatum um 1470/80

A stained glass panel displaying the arms of  Queen Elizabeth I (1533–1603). One of thirteen stained glass panels featuring coats of arms, designed for the Great Hall and made by Pearce and Cutler, Packwood House.

A stained glass panel displaying the arms of Queen Elizabeth I One of thirteen stained glass panels featuring coats of arms, designed for the Great Hall and made by Pearce and Cutler, Packwood House.

This is one of a series of coats of arms relating the Beaupré family history. It is thought to have been commissioned by Sir Robert Bell for Beaupré Hall, the family's ancestral home near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. Bell married Dorothy, the sole heiress of the Beaupré line, in 1559 and succeeded to the Beaupré estate following his father-in-law's death. C.1570.

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This is one of a series of coats of arms relating the Beaupré family history. It is thought to have been commissioned by Sir Robert Bell for Beaupré Hall, the family's ancestral home near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. Bell married Dorothy, the sole heiress of the Beaupré line, in 1559 and succeeded to the Beaupré estate following his father-in-law's death. C.1570.

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