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Beck Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

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Variations of this name are: Bec.

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Beck Coat of Arms Meaning

The four main devices (symbols) in the Beck blazon are the cross moline, fish, fesse dancettee and mullet. The three main tinctures (colors) are azure, gules and or .

The bright, strong blue color in Heraldry is known in English as azure, and similarly in other European languages – azul in Spanish, azurro in Italian and azur in French. The word has its roots in the Arabic word lazura, also the source of the name of the precious stone lapis lazuli 1A Glossary of Terms used in British Heraldry, J.H. Parker, Oxford, 1894, Entry:Azure. Despite this, those heralds who liked to associate colours with jewels chose instead to describe blue as Sapphire. According to Wade, the use of this colour symbolises “Loyalty and Truth” 2The Symbolisms of Heraldry, W. Cecil Wade, George Redway, London, 1898 P36.

Gules, the heraldic colour red is very popular, sometimes said to represent “Military Fortitude and Magnanimity”3The Symbolisms of Heraldry, W. Cecil Wade, George Redway, London, 1898 P36. It is usually abbreviated as gu and in the days before colour printing was shown in a system known as hatching by vertical lines 4Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P52. Although it may look like a French word it is normally pronounced with a hard “g” and may be derived either from the Latin gula (throat) or Arabic gule (rose).5A Glossary of Terms used in British Heraldry, J.H. Parker, Oxford, 1847, P154

The bright yellow colour frequently found in coats of arms is known to heralds as Or, or sometimes simply as Gold.6Boutell’s Heraldry, J.P. Brooke-Little, Warne, (revised Edition) London 1970, P 27. Along with, argent, or silver it forms the two “metals” of heraldry – one of the guidelines of heraldic design is that silver objects should not be placed upon gold fields and vice versa 7A Complete Guide to Heraldry, A.C. Fox-Davies, Bonanza (re-print of 1909 Edition), New York, 1978, P85. The yellow colour is often associated with the Sun, and the zodiacal sign of Leo.8Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P53.

No other symbol appearing in heraldry is subject to as much variation as the cross 9Boutell’s Heraldry, J.P. Brooke-Little, Warne, (revised Edition) London 1970, P 47. Mediaeval Europe was a deeply religious and Christian and many of the nobility wanted to show their devotion by adopting the symbol of the cross as part of the arms. Since no two arms could be identical there arose many variants of the cross, typically involving patterning along the edges 10Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P67, or fanciful, decorative endings to the arms of the cross 11A Complete Guide to Heraldry, A.C. Fox-Davies, Bonanza (re-print of 1909 Edition), New York, 1978, P128. The cross moline is typical of these whereby each arm of the cross expands and curves outwards, reminscent of the fer-de-moline from which it gets its name. These cross variations are probably largely for decorative effect, and to differentiate the arms from similar ones and hence their significance is that of the Christian cross itself.

Fish in great variety abound in Heraldry, many different species inhabit coats of arms 12Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P150, although truth be told many of the actual images are sometimes indistinguishable, being shown as a stylised, and easily recognised “trout” shape 13A Glossary of Terms used in British Heraldry, J.H. Parker, Oxford, 1847, P137 that a child might draw. The actual name used in the coat of arms may be some play-on-words or allusion to the family name, as in the famous arms of the de Lucy family, being “Gules, three lucies or”, 14Boutell’s Heraldry, J.P. Brooke-Little, Warne, (revised Edition) London 1970, P 79 this being an ancient name for the fish we call today a “pike”.

The fesse is a broad horizontal band across the centre of the shield, in very ancient times it was said to occupy one third of the area height of the shield 15A Complete Guide to Heraldry, A.C. Fox-Davies, Bonanza (re-print of 1909 Edition), New York, 1978, P117, however it soon became somewhat narrower. This created an opportunity to add decorative edging to the band, of many forms, and to very pleasing artisitic effect, at least close up – it must be admitted that at distance some of the forms are hard to distinguish! Dancettee (sometimes spelled dancetty or dancy) is a bold, zig-zag pattern, perhaps the most distinctive of the patterned edges. Purists might argue that the French variant denché Is not the same, being of larger size and with the points being 90º, but there is much variation in actual practice so the difference is perhaps not that meaningful.

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Origin, Meaning and Family History of the Beck Name

Beck Origin:
England, Germany

Origins of Name:
The surname of Beck has many possible origins, and each of these possible origins are all equally likely and plausible origins for the surname. The first possible origin for the surname of Beck is that it might be a Northern topographical surname for someone who art one time lived beside a stream or a brook. This possible origin of the surname derives from the Middle English word “bekke” which can be translated to mean “stream” and originally comes from the Old Norse word “bekkr.” The second possible origin of the surname of Beck is from the Norman, which means French, locational origin. There are multiple places in Northern France that are named after the Old Norman French word “bec” which also can be translated to mean “stream.” Examples of this include Bec Hellouin in the province of Eure. The third possible origin for the surname of Beck is from the medieval English nickname of someone who had a large or prominent nose. This possible origin of the surname comes fro the Middle English “beke” which can be translated to mean the beak of a bird, which comes from the Old French word “bec.” The final possible origin of the surname of Beck comes from the Old English Pre 7th Century “becca” which can be translated to mean “matlock.” This origin of the surname can be traced to mean a metonymic occupational name for a maker, seller, or user of a matlock or a pickaxe.

Variations:
More common variations are: Becke, Bech, Becke, Beack, Becky, Beeck, Beuck, Beckh, Baeck, Boeck, Bieck, Beick

History:
The first spelling of the surname of Beck was found in the country of England in the year 1086. One Walter Bec was recorded in the Doomsday Book of Buckinghamshire. The Doomsday Book was said to encompass the “Great Survey” of England, and was ordered and decreed under the reign of King William I, who was known as and commonly referred to throughout history as “The Conqueror” and ruled from the year 1066 to the year 1087. Those who reside in the country of England, and bear the surname of Beck can be found in the counties of Lancashire, Yorkshire, and the city of London.

The Beck’s in Ireland date all the way back to the early 1600s when they settled in Armagh county. By the 19th century a few of their descendants had emigrated to the United States and Canada.

Henry Beck was noted to marry Dinah Gilbert in 1834 in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland.

United States of America:
During the early 1600’s, it became common for settlers from Europe, specifically England, to move from their home country in search of a new life. These people were often seeking freedom from religious persecution, as well as a better life, with better living conditions. These people sought out this new life in the United States of America, which at that time was called the New World or the Colonies. The first person to make it to the United States to start their new life with this surname was one Alexander Beck who landed in the state of Massachusetts, specifically in the city of Boston in the year 1634. Almost thirty years later, in the year 1660, Pieter Cornelisse Beck landed in the state of New York. Those who bore the surname of Beck were found all throughout the United States of America. The states that have a higher concentration of Becks are New York, Pennsylvania and the state of Ohio.

Beck Today:
United States 111,272; Germany 70,876; Brazil 16,377; England 10,153; India 9,317; France 8,082; Canada 6,878; South Africa 5,680; South Korea 5,355; Australia 4,677

Notable People:
Stuart Jay Beck (1946-2016) who was a lawyer and diplomat, and was the Palauan Ambassador to the Oceans and the Seas from the year 2013 to the year 2016, and was from America. Robert Nason Beck (1928-2008) scientist and a pioneer in the field of nuclear medicine, who was from America. Claude Schaeffer Beck (1894-1971) who was a cardiac surgeon who was credited with inventing the defibrillator, and was from America. Kimberly Beck (born in 1956) who was an actress from America with over sixty roles under her belt. Dave Beck (1894-1993) who was a labor leader from America, and was the President of the Teamsters from the year 1952 to the year 1957. Aaron Temkin Beck (born in 1921) who was a psychiatrist from America and was a professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, and is commonly referred to as “the father of cognitive therapy”. Helen Harriet Beck (1904-1979) who was born with the name Sally Rand, and was a burlesque dancer and actress, she was best known for her ostrich feather fan dance and her balloon bubble dance

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1) (London, bart.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, a blackbird sa.; 2nd and 3rd, sa. a mullet of six points or. Crest—A raven ppr. betw. two wings or.
2) (Yorkshire). Gu. a cross sarcelly erm.
3) Az. three codfishes naiant in pale or.
4) (Pleasley, co. Derby: the nieces and co-heirs of Anthony Bec, Bishop of Durham, who held lands in Derbyshire, m. Harcourt and Willoughby). Gu. a cross moline erm.
5) Gu. a cross patonce ar. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a lion’s head erased of the first.
6) (co. Carnarvon). Gu. on a cross moline ar. five mullets sa. Crest—On a mount vert a pelican ar. vulning herself gu.
7) (Creeting St. Mary, and Needham Market, co. Suffolk). Motto—Unitate fortior. Or, two bars dancettee sa. surmounted by the fasces in pale ppr. a chief az. thereon three annulets ar. Crest—A peacock’s head erased or, holding in the beak a serpent entwined about the neck ppr. between two wings az. each charged with three bezants.
8) (Alcock-Beck, of Esthwaite Lodge). Motto—Animum rege. Ar. on a fesse dancettee az. betw. two cocks’ heads erased gu. in chief and a blackbird ppr. in base an annulet betw. two crosses potent or. Crest—A cross potent or, perched thereon a blackbird ppr. holding in his beak an annulet of the first.
9) (Pleasley, co. Derby: the nieces and co-heirs of Anthony Bec, Bishop of Durham, who held lands in Derbyshire, m. Harcourt and Willoughby). Gu. a cross moline erm.
10) Gu. a cross patonce ar. Crest—On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a lion’s head erased of the first.
11) Nuremberg - D'azur à deux griffons affrontés d'argent supportant ensemble un lacs d'amour du même - Azure two griffins affrontant argent supporting between them a love-knot of the same.
12) NurembergParti d'or et d'azur à un homme issant de profil habillé de l'un en l'autre mouv de la pointe de l'écu coiffé d'un bonnet albanais tenant de sa main dextre une branche de rosier de sinople fleurie d'une rose de gueules Cimier l'homme issant Lambrequin d'or et d'azurper pale or and azure a man issuant in profile dressed counterchanged coming from the base of the shield wearing an antique bonnet (woolly hat with a tassle - search images for bonnet à l’antique) holding in the dexter hand a rose branch vert flowered with a white rose Crest: the man issuant Mantling: or and azure
13) P. de Hildburghausen - (Conc. d'arm., 19 juin 1489)Tranché d'or sur sable à deux bouquetins rampants de l'un à l'autre Cimier un bouquetin issant de sable entre deux proboscides coupées alternativement d'or et de sable (Nob du St-Empire 23 juin 1603 barons ) Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de sable au chevron d'argent acc de trois losanges d'or ( moderne) aux 2 et 3 parti d'argent et de gueules à la fleur-de-lis de l'un en l'autre (Westermayer) Deux casques couronnés Cimiers 1° une losange d'or entre un vol de sable chaque aile ch d'une autre losange d'or Lambrequin d'or et de sable 2° un homme barbu issant habillé d'un parti de gueules et d'azur ceint et boutonné d'or au rabat parti d'argent et d'or coiffé d'un bonnet albanais de gueules retroussé et houppé d'or orné sur le devant de trois plumes de héron supportant de chaque main une fleur-de-lis partie de gueules et d'argent Lambrequin d'argent et de gueulesParty per bend or over sable two ibex rampant counterchanged Crest: an ibex issuant sable between two proboscides per fess alternately or and sable
14) Londres, Hollande - (Baronet, 1 nov. 1714. M. ét. le 12 janv. 1764)Écartelé au 1 d'or à une merle de sable aux 2 et 3 de sable à une étoile (5) d'or au 4 d'azur au dauphin d'or en pal Cimier la merle entre un vol d'orQuarterly 1st or a blackbird sable 2nd & 3rd sable an etoile of five points 4th azure a dolphin or in pale Crest: the blackbird between a pair of wings or.
15) Lorraine - Anob. 8 janv. 1564De gueules à deux lions affrontés d'argent armés et lampassés d'azur tenant de leurs pattes une hallebarde d'or en pal le fer à dextre Cimier une tête de lion issante de deux cors d'argentGules two lions affrontant argent armed and langued azure holding in their paws a halberd or in pale the blade to the dexter Crest: the head of a lion issuant from two (musical) horns argent.
16) Lorraine, Luxembourg - (An., 8 janv. 1564)De gueules à deux lions affrontés d'argent armés et lampassés d'azur tenant ensemble une hallebarde d'or posée en pal Cimier une tête de lion d'argent entre deux proboscides de gueules (Barons 18 avril 1637 M ét au commencement du 18e siècle) Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or l'aigle de sable becquée et membrée de gueules celle du 1 contournée aux 2 et 3 échiqueté d'argent et de gueules de quatre tires Sur le tout d'or à l'aigle éployée de sable becquée et membrée de gueules surmontée d'une couronne impériale Cimiers 1° l'aigle du 1 Lambrequin d'or et de sable 2° une muraille échiquetée d'argent et de gueules surmontée d'une étoile d'or Lambrequin d'argent et de gueulesGules two lions affrontant armed and langued azure holding between them a halberd or placed in pale Crest: the head of a lion between two proboscides gules (Barons 18 April 1637 M and starting in the 18th century). Quarterly 1st & 4th or an eagle sable beaked and legged gules that in the 1st quarter
17) Lorraine, Luxembourg - (An., 8 janv. 1564)De gueules à deux lions affrontés d'argent armés et lampassés d'azur tenant ensemble une hallebarde d'or posée en pal Cimier une tête de lion d'argent entre deux proboscides de gueules (Barons 18 avril 1637 M ét au commencement du 18e siècle) Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or l'aigle de sable becquée et membrée de gueules celle du 1 contournée aux 2 et 3 échiqueté d'argent et de gueules de quatre tires Sur le tout d'or à l'aigle éployée de sable becquée et membrée de gueules surmontée d'une couronne impériale Cimiers 1° l'aigle du 1 Lambrequin d'or et de sable 2° une muraille échiquetée d'argent et de gueules surmontée d'une étoile d'or Lambrequin d'argent et de gueulesGules two lions affrontant armed and langued azure holding between them a halberd or placed in pale Crest: the head of a lion between two proboscides gules (Barons 18 April 1637 M and starting in the 18th century). Quarterly 1st & 4th or an eagle sable beaked and legged gules that in the 1st quarter
18) Suède - Ancienne noblesse. Admission au corps de la Noblesse, 1723. Maison ét. 1770D'azur à une fleur-de-lis d'argent Casque de face Cimier deux fleurs-de-lis d'argentAzure an fleur-de-lys argent helmet affronty Crest: two fleur-de-lys argent.
19) WestphalieDe sable à un annelet d'or Cimier un chapeau d'or retroussé de sable sommé de deux roseaux d'or Ou D'or à un annelet de sable acc de trois merlettes du même rangées en chef Cimier un vol coupé alternativement d'or et de sableSable an annulet or Crest: a (woollen) hat or brim sable surmounted by two reeds or (alternatively) Or an annulet sable accompanied by three female blackbirds of the same in chief Crest: a pair of wings per fess alternately or and sable.
20) WestphalieDe sable à un annelet d'or Cimier un chapeau d'or retroussé de sable sommé de deux roseaux d'or Ou D'or à un annelet de sable acc de trois merlettes du même rangées en chef Cimier un vol coupé alternativement d'or et de sableSable an annulet or Crest: a (woollen) hat or brim sable surmounted by two reeds or (alternatively) Or an annulet sable accompanied by three female blackbirds of the same in chief Crest: a pair of wings per fess alternately or and sable.
21) WestphalieD'or au sautoir de sable Cimier une tête et col de chien braque au naturel colletée de gueulesOr a saltire sable Crest: the head and shoulders of a pointer (dog) proper collared gules.
22) Saint-GallD'argent à une rose de gueules tigée et feuillée de sinople posée sur un tertre de trois coupeaux du même Casque couronné Cimier la roseArgent a rose gules stemmed and leaved vert placed on a hillock of three peaks of the same Crowned with a helmet Crest: the rose.
23) Saint-GallTranché de gueules sur or à la rivière ondée d'argent en bande brochant sur le tranché le gueules ch d'un livre ouvert d'argent et l'or de trois brandons de sable en pals accostés la partie supérieure allumée de gueules Cimier un homme issant habillé d'un parti d'or et de gueules rebrassé de l'un à l'autre au rabat de l'un en l'autre coiffé d'un chapeau de sable tenant de sa main dextre trois épis effeuillés d'or et de sa senestre un caducée du même Lambrequin d'or et de sableParty per bend gules over or a river (bars) wavy argent in bend covering over the partition the gules charged with an open book argent and the or with three branding irons sable in pale with the upper part flamed gules Crest: a man issuant dressed per pale or and gules bordered counterchanged folds counterchanged wearing a hat sable holding in his dexter hand three tufts of leaves or and in his sinister hand a caduceus of the same Mantling: or and sable.
24) SaxeD'argent à une ancre d'azur posée en bande au chef du même ch de trois grues d'orArgent an anchor azure placed in bend a chief of the same charged with three herons or.
25) Allemagne - (Ex-Libris)D'azur au chevron d'or acc en chef de deux étoiles d'argent et en pointe d'un lion du mêmeAzure a chevron or surrounded by in chief two etoiles argent and in base a lion of the same.
26) Alsace - (Arm. gén. de 1696)D'argent au chevron de sinople acc de trois têtes d'aigle arrachées de sableArgent a chevron vert surrounded by three eagle’s heads erased sable.
27) Bade - (Nob. du St.-Empire, 17 janv. 1757)D'or au cerf rampant au naturel Casque couronné Cimier le cerf issant Lambrequin d'or et de gueulesOr a stag rampant proper Crowned with a helmet Crest: the stag issuant Mantling: or and gules.
28) AllemagneDe gueules à trois lis de jardin d'argent tigés et feuillés de sinople posés sur un tertre du même le champ chapé-ployé de sable ch à dextre d'une colombe essorante et contournée d'argent et senestre d'un senestrochère armé mouv du flanc tenant une épée le tout au naturel Casque couronné Cimier une femme de carnation les cheveux épars tenant une banderole de gueules flottant au-dessus de sa tête entre un vol coupé à dextre d'azur sur gueules à senestre d'or sur sable Lambrequin à dextre d'or et de sable à senestre de gueules et d'azurGules three lilies of the garden (i.e. natural lilies, not fleur-de-lys) argent stems and leaves ver placed on a hillock of the same, a chape embowed sable charged with to the dexter a dove soaring and reversed argent and to the sinister an armoured left arm coming from the flanc holding a sword all proper Crowned with a helmet Crest: a woman carnation hair wild (scattered) holding a flag gules flying above her head between a pair of wings per fess to dexter azure over gules and to sinister or over sable Mantling: to the dexter or and sable to the sinister gules and azure.
29) AllemagneDe sable à deux haches adossées d'argent emmanchées d'or passées en sautoir acc de deux hures de sanglier d'or 1 en chef et 1 en pointe Casque couronné Cimier une hure de sanglier d'or entre deux proboscides coupées alternativement d'or et de sable Lambrequin d'or et de sableSable two axes addorsed (back to back) argent handles or placed in saltire surrounded by two boar’s heads or 1 in chief and 1 in base Crowned with a helmet Crest: a boar’s head or between two proboscides per fess alternately or and sable Mantling: or and sable.
30) AllemagneÉcartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or au bouquetin rampant de sable soutenu d'un tertre de sinople celui du 1 contourné aux 2 et 3 de gueules à la fleur-de-lis d'argent Casque couronné Cimier un griffon issant d'or tenant de sa patte dextre une flèche en barre la pointe en bas entre un vol coupé à dextre de gueules sur argent à senestre d'or sur sable Lambrequin à dextre d'or et de sable à senestre d'argent et de gueulesQuarterly 1st & 4th or an ibex rampant sable on a hillock ver that on the 1st (quarter) reversed 2nd & 3rd gules a fleur-de-lys argent Crowned with a helmet Crest: a griffin issuant or holding in its dexter paw an arrow in bend sinister the point downwards between a pair of wings per fess to the dexter gules over argent to the sinister or over sable Mantling: to the dexter or and sable to the sinister argent and gules.
31) DanemarkD'azur à la fleur-de-lis d'argent Cimier deux fleurs-de-lis accostées d'argentAzure a fleur-de-lys argent Crest: two fleur-de-lys accosted (side by side, the rearmost ahead) argent.
32) ForezD'argent à l'aigle éployée de sable becquée et membrée d'orArgent an eagle displayed sable beaked and legged or.
33) HambourgD'azur à deux lames de couteau d'argent les pointes en bas soutenues d'une terrasse de sinople et acc en chef d'un vannet de gueules Cimier un vol coupé alternativement d'azur et d'argent Lambrequin d'argent de gueules et d'azurAzure two hatchet blades argent the points downwards above a mound vert and accompanied by in chief a winnowing basket gules Crest: a pair of wings per fess alternately azure and argent Mantling: argent and gules and azure.
34) Bade - (Nob. du St-Empire, 21 fév. 1746)De gueules à la rose d'argent boutonnée d'or tigée et feuillée de sinople la tige courbée en fasce la courbe à senestre Casque couronné Cimier le meuble de l'écu Lambrequin d'argent et de gueulesGules a rose argent center or stemmed and leaved vert the stems curved fesswise the curves to the sinister Crowned with a helmet Crest: the charge of the shield between a pair of wings argent Mantling: or and azure.
35) BâleCoupé au 1 de gueules à la rose d'argent tigée et feuillée de sinople la tige en fasce et dirigée vers senestre au 2 d'azur à un lacs d'amour d'or Cimier un buste de femme habillé aux armes de l'écu coiffé d'un chapeau de sable Lambrequin d'or et d'azurPer fess 1st gules a rose argent stemmed and leaved vert the stem in fess and pointing to the sinister 2nd azure a lover’s knot or Crest: the bust of a woman dressed with the arms of the shield wearing a hat sable Mantling: or and azure.
36) (von der ou Von). Hanovre, Hambourg, Brême - (Nob. du St-Empire, 23 mars 1587)D'or à la fasce ondée d'azur Casque couronné Cimier une étoile d'or entre deux plumes d'autruche d'or et d'azurOr a fess wavy azure Crowned with a helmet Crest: an etoiles or between two ostrich feathers or and azure.
37) ou Peckh. Geisenfeld (Bavière)De gueules à trois lacs d'amour d'or Casque couronné Cimier deux proboscides coupées de gueules sur orGules three lover’s knots or Crowned with a helmet Crest: two proboscides per fess gules over or.
38) de Wunfurth - (Barons) - AutricheÉcartelé aux 1 et 4 d'or à l'aigle de sable celle du 1 contournée aux 2 et 3 de gueules au lion d'or celui du 3 contourné Sur le tout un écusson couronné fascé d'argent et de gueules Trois casques couronnés Cimiers 1° le lion du 1 tenant trois banderoles aux armes du surtout flottantes à dextre 2° une aigle de sable couronnée d'or l'estomac ch des armes du surtout 3° un homme issant habillé d'un parti d'azur et de gueules les manches d'argent coiffé d'un turban du même tenant deux banderoles aux armes du surtout flottantes à senestre Lambrequin à dextre d'or et de sable à senestre de gueules et d'azurQuarterly 1st & 4th or an eagle sable that of the 1st (quarter) reversed 2nd & 3rd gules a lion or that of the 3rd (quarter) reversed over the whole shield an escutcheon crowned barry argent and gules Crowned with three helmets Crest: 1st the lion of the 1st holding three flags with the arms of the escutcheon flying to the dexter 2nd an eagle sable crowned or the stomach charged with the arms of the escutcheon 3rd a man issuant dressed per pale azure and gules the sleeves argent wearing a turban of the same holding two flags with the arms fo the escutcheon flying to the sinister Mantling: to the dexter or and sable to the sinister gules and azure.

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1. A Glossary of Terms used in British Heraldry, J.H. Parker, Oxford, 1894, Entry:Azure
2. The Symbolisms of Heraldry, W. Cecil Wade, George Redway, London, 1898 P36
3. The Symbolisms of Heraldry, W. Cecil Wade, George Redway, London, 1898 P36
4. Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P52
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7. A Complete Guide to Heraldry, A.C. Fox-Davies, Bonanza (re-print of 1909 Edition), New York, 1978, P85
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9. Boutell’s Heraldry, J.P. Brooke-Little, Warne, (revised Edition) London 1970, P 47
10. Understanding Signs & Symbols – Heraldry, S. Oliver & G. Croton, Quantum, London, 2013, P67
11. A Complete Guide to Heraldry, A.C. Fox-Davies, Bonanza (re-print of 1909 Edition), New York, 1978, P128
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