Survey of London Monograph 14, the Queen's House, Greenwich. Originally published by Guild & School of Handicraft, London, 1937.
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THE COMMONWEALTH. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Argent a cross gules, for ENGLAND; 2, Azure a saltire argent, for SCOTLAND; 3, Azure a harp or having strings argent, for IRELAND; a scutcheon of pretence, Sable a lion argent, for CROMWELL (p. 36).
PORTUGAL. Argent five scutcheons azure in cross, each charged with five roundels argent set saltirewise, and a border gules with eight castles or thereon, for Catherine, consort of Charles II (p. 45).
MODENA. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Or an eagle with two heads sable crowned gules, for the EMPIRE (a coat of augmentation); 2 and 3, Azure three fleurs de lis or in a border counterindented or and gules, for FERRARA, borne by Mary, queen of James II (p. 47).