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Dictionary of Heraldry (1987)

by Stephen Friar (Editor)

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Among all the books on heraldry I own, this is the one I refer to the most often. I think I own at least two copies, perhaps three. ( )
  bfgar | Aug 29, 2008 |
As an amateur herald, I like this book more than the Fox-Davies dictionary. It is more concise in definitions, with fewer in-depth descriptions or examples of things, but the illustrations are sometimes a lot better. ( )
  SLHobbs | Feb 11, 2008 |
A beautiful book, well illustrated. Highly recommended
  EowynA | Feb 2, 2007 |
One of the finest reference books on Heraldry, this resource is a "must have". Wonderfully illustrated and easy to understand.
  JoClare | Oct 7, 2005 |
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