Links

                  Links with our heraldic

                   and other friends

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The Heraldry Society

www.theheraldrysociety.com

 

White Lion Society

The Society, founded in 1985, raises funds for the purchase of items or services of historical or heraldic importance for Her Majesty's College of Arms in London.

www.whitelionsociety.org.uk

 

Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society including Lancashire Heraldry Group

Just across the Pennines our Northern compatriots would welcome you to their excellent web sites.

www.lfhhs.org.uk

www.members.aol.com/lancsheraldry

 

Suffolk Heraldry Society

Founded in 1977, the Suffolk Heraldry Society now has its own website and visitors are welcome.

www.suffolkheraldry.org.uk

 

The Norfolk Heraldry Society

Our good friends at the Norfolk Heraldry Society have re-launched their web site and it is well worth a visit.

www.norfolkheraldry.org.uk

 

The Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry

The Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry is the principal family history society for the counties of Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

www.bmsgh.org

 

Heraldry Society of Scotland

The Heraldry Society of Scotland should be your first port of call for Scottish heraldry.

www.heraldry-scotland.co.uk/

 

The American Heraldry Society

We are delighted to link with with our American friends. The American Heraldry Society was founded in 2003. We wish them every success for the future.

www.americanheraldry.org

 

Burke's Peerage & Gentry International Register of Arms

A feast of heraldic information.

www.armorial-register.com

 

The Royal Armouries in Leeds

We work together with this national institution for Children's Heraldry Day and hold our own Heraldry Day at the Armouries. See the amazing exhibits including some from our own society members.

www.royalarmouries.org/visit-us/leeds

To go directly to details of the Childrens Colouring Competition and Jim Winstanley's contribution to 'Inspired by Heraldry' click on the link below.

www.royalarmouries.org/events/events-at-leeds/upcoming-events-and-calendar/calendar/2014-03-28/inspired-by-heraldry

 

3500 years of royal crowns

Friends in Copenhagen, Denmark. Mads and his wife have taken a look at the 100 most important royal crowns from the last 3500 years.

www.axentric.com/en-uk/top-100-royal-crowns-and-crown-jewels-ever

www.axentric.com

 

Brian Timms

Brian, a former member of our society, now lives in France and tells us of his initial exploits in designing a web page and building an archive of heraldic data on page 24 of Aspects of heraldry Number 15.

www.briantimms.com

a site devoted to The Civic Heraldry of France & Early European Rolls of Arms, along with other topics...

 

Border Miniatures

A family publication from Cumbria of just five specialist books on medieval battles including heraldry and related minitures.

www.borderminiatures.com

 

Crested Cushions

Crested Cushions supplies bespoke velvet cushions with your family crest or coat of arms embroidered in gold ,silver or coloured thread.

www.crestedcushions.com

see the website for examples of these works of art