The Grammar of Heraldry
|The Grammar of Heraldry (1866)
|Full title: The Grammar of Heraldry: A Description of All the Principal Charges Used in Armory, the Signification of Heraldic Terms, and the Rules to be Observed in Blazoning and Marshalling: Together With the Armorial Bearings of All the Landed Gentry in England Prior to the Sixteenth Century. By John E. Cussans. Illustrated With One-Hundred-and-Ninety-Six Engravings.|
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GRAMMAR OF HERALDRY:
BY JOHN E. CUSSANS.
ILLUSTRATED WITH ONE-HUNDRED-AND-NINETY-SIX ENGRAVINGS.
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.