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The Oxford Guide to Heraldry Paperback – 1 Nov 2001

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Thomas Woodcock qualified as barrister and is Somerset Herald. He was joint editor with the Chester Herald of the Dictionary of British Arms Medieval Ordinary, vols. I & II. John Martin Robinson is Maltravers Herald Extraordinary. His books include The Wyatts, Royal Residences, and The Architecture of Northern England.

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HASH(0x97b10078) out of 5 stars Introduction to the joys of heraldry 16 Jun. 2002
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This is an outstanding and authoritative introduction to heraldry written by two English heraldists, one an officer of the College of Arms in London. The book is well researched and illustrated. Too often heraldic books are reprints or new editions of books from the first part of the 20th Century. This book has contemporary design and language and is well fitted to be the definitive guide at the turn of the 20th Century. It should be included in the library of every person with a serious interest in heraldry.
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