The Matthew Paris Shields (. 244-59); Glover's Roll (. 253-8) and Walford's Roll (. 273); Additions and Corrections to A Catalogue of English Mediaeval Rolls of Arms.
The Matthew Paris Shields (. Hardback 9781843834113. A most valuable and constructive addition to the literature of early heraldry. In the thirteenth century, written records of the arms borne by knights first begin to appear, and the three manuscripts described in this volume cover perhaps one-tenth of those who might have been qualified to bear arms.
Arms of the First World Wa. by Tremlett, Thomas Daniel
Arms of the First World War. The Battle of Waterloo. Hundred Years' War. The Tower Armouries. by Tremlett, Thomas Daniel. Society of Antiquaries Type Monograph/Item. Place of publication.
A catalogue of English mediaeval rolls of arms (Aspilogia series, being materials of heraldry;no. 2) ASPILOGIA 2 ROLLS OF ARMS HENRY III LONDON & TREMLETT (1957) 281 pages, similar to above in condition, except no fading. A very nice set indeed. Extra postage for overseas delivery. Aspilogia' means materials of heraldry, and this first volume in the series on heraldry published by the Society of Antiquaries is a comprehensive listing of the known medieval rolls of arms of English origin.
Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. 5-6, Printed by the Hereford times c. ltd. Title varies: v. 3-6, Calendar of the Patent rolls.
Year published: 1967. Located in: Book Section. Glover's Roll, c. 1253-8 and Walford's Roll, c. 1273.
by Thomas Daniel Tremlett.
A comparative study of three thirteenth-century rolls of arms, the Heralds' . page 244 note 2 Rolls of Arms, Henry III. The Matthew Paris Shields, c. 1244-59, ed. Tremlett, T. D.
A comparative study of three thirteenth-century rolls of arms, the Heralds' Roll, the Dering Roll, and the Camden Roll, shows the extent to which the first was copied in the preparation of the other tw. page 244 note 1 In his masterly Catalogue of English Mediaeval Rolls of Arms (CEMRA) (Oxford, 1950)(Aspilogia, i) pp. xiv-xv, Sir Anthony Wagner has provided the following classification: 1. Illustrative rolls; 2. Occasional rolls; 3. General rolls; 4. Local rolls; and 5. Ordinaries. . 1273, ed.
A roll of arms (or armorial) is a collection of coats of arms, usually consisting of rows of painted pictures of shields, each shield accompanied by the name of the person bearing the arms. The oldest extant armorials date to the mid 13th century, and armorial manuscripts continued to be produced throughout the Early Modern period. Siebmachers Wappenbuch of 1605 was an early instance of a printed armorial.
The Herald's Roll (The Fitzwilliam Version) is an English roll of arms dating to c. 1270-80, consisting of 17 vellum membranes, now bound as a book of 39 leaves, each .
The roll is now part of the Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum manuscript collection: MS. 297. Shields: 1 - 72 73 - 144 145 - 216 217 - 288 289 - 360 361 - 432 433 - 504 505 - 576 577 - 648 649 - 697. Shields 1 - 72. "Prester Johan de Ynde" Prester John
Glover's Roll is an English roll of arms .
Glover's Roll is an English roll of arms from the 1240s or 1250s, containing 55 coats of arms. The Matthew Paris Shields, not truly a roll but a set of marginal illustrations accompanying the chronicler's illuminated manuscript works, Chronica Majora and Historia Anglorum . Walford's Roll is an English roll dating from c. 1275, containing 185 coats with blazons.