2 edition of Regal heraldry found in the catalog.
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RA Collection: Book Record number 06/ Author Thomas Willement Junior spine lettered 'Regal Heraldry' and 'R.A.' Subject Heraldry - Coats of arms - Devices (symbols) - Insignia - Shields - Rulers - Kings - Queens - Great Britain - History Armorials (reference sources) - Genealogy - Reference books - Great Britain - 19th century.
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An edition of Regal Heraldry: The Armorial Insignia Of the Kings and Queens Of England, From Coeval rated by Thomas Willement, heraldic artist to His Majesty King George IV, this first edition features hand-colored plates and armorial headpieces.