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Arms of Howard (augmented) quartering Arms of Thomas of Brotherton, Warenne, and Fitzalan (The Most Noble The Duke of Norfolk, Patron of CUH&GS)
Arms of Howard (augmented) quartering Arms of Thomas of Brotherton, Warenne, and Fitzalan (The Most Noble The Duke of Norfolk, Patron of CUH&GS)
Quarterly 1st Gules on a Bend between six Cross-crosslets fitchy Argent an Escutcheon Or charged with a Demi-lion rampant pierced through the mouth by an arrow within a Double Tressure flory counterflory of the first (Howard); 2nd Gules three Lions passant guardant in pale Or, Armed and Langued Azure, in chief a Label of three points Argent (Thomas of Brotherton); 3rd Checky Or and Azure (Warenne); 4th Gules a Lion rampant Or, Armed and Langued Azure (Fitzalan). 
 
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Arms of Howard (augmented) quartering Arms of Thomas of Brotherton, Warenne, and Mowbray (Thomas (Howard), 2nd Duke of Norfolk)
Arms of Howard (augmented) quartering Arms of Thomas of Brotherton, Warenne, and Mowbray (Thomas (Howard), 2nd Duke of Norfolk)
Quarterly, 1st, Gules on a bend between six cross-crosslets fitchy Argent an escutcheon Or charged with a demi-lion rampant pierced through the mouth by an arrow within a double tressure flory counterflory of the first (HOWARD, with augmentation of honour); 2nd, Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langued Azure a label of three points Argent (Arms of Thomas of Brotherton, 1st Earl of Norfolk); 3rd, chequy Or and Azure (DE WARENNE, Earl of Surrey); 4th, Gules a lion rampant Argent (MOWBRAY). 
 
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Arms of Howard (unaugmented)
Arms of Howard (unaugmented)
Gules a bend between six crosses crosslet fitchée Argent.

[Arms of Sir William Howard, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, temp. Edward I, and the immediate founder of the noble house of Howard; he was the son of John Howard, and grandson of Robert Howard, or Herward "filius Hawardi," temp. King John.] 
 
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Arms of Howard (unaugmented) quartering Arms of Thomas of Brotherton and Mowbray (John (Howard), 1st Duke of Norfolk)
Arms of Howard (unaugmented) quartering Arms of Thomas of Brotherton and Mowbray (John (Howard), 1st Duke of Norfolk)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Gules a bend between six crosses crosslet fitchée Argent (HOWARD); 2nd, England [Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or] differenced with a label of three points Argent (THOMAS OF BROTHERTON); 3rd, Gules a lion rampant Argent (MOWBRAY). 
 
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Arms of James, 1st Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, and of Francis, 2nd Duke of Buccleuch
Arms of James, 1st Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, and of Francis, 2nd Duke of Buccleuch
The Royal Arms of King Charles II differenced with a baton sinister argent overall an inescutcheon of pretence of Scott (Or, on a bend azure a mullet of six points between two crescents of the field). 
 
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Arms of Jasper (Tudor), 1st Duke of Bedford, 1st Earl of Pembroke
Arms of Jasper (Tudor), 1st Duke of Bedford, 1st Earl of Pembroke
France and England quarterly, a bordure azure, charged with martlets or. (From his seal.)

Borne by Jasper, Earl of Pembroke (later Duke of Bedford). Apparently granted to him by his half-brother, King Henry VI. "Although uncle of Henry VII, Jasper Tudor had no blood descent whatever which would entitle him to bear these arms. His use of them is very remarkable."

Source: A. C. Fox-Davies, A Complete Guide to Heraldry, rev. J. P. Brooke-Little (1969), p. 379. 
 
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Arms of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster
Arms of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster
 
 
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Arms of Lady Diana Spencer
Arms of Lady Diana Spencer
 
 
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Arms of Lady Diana Spencer
Arms of Lady Diana Spencer
 
 
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Arms of Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence
Arms of Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence
 
 
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Arms of Middleton (Lozenge)
Arms of Middleton (Lozenge)
Per pale Azure and Gules a Chevron Or cotised Argent between three Acorns slipped and leaved Or.

(Granted to Michael Francis Middleton on 19 April 2011. Designed by Thomas Woodcock, Garter.) 
 
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Arms of Mortimer (Earl of March)
Arms of Mortimer (Earl of March)
Barry Or and Azure, on a chief of the first two pallets between two base esquires of the second over all an inescutcheon Argent 
 
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Arms of Mortimer quartering De Burgh (4th & 5th Earls of March)
Arms of Mortimer quartering De Burgh (4th & 5th Earls of March)
Quarterly: 1st & 4th, Barry Or and Azure, on a chief of the first two pallets between two base esquires of the second over all an inescutcheon Argent (MORTIMER); 2nd & 3rd, Or a cross Gules (DE BURGH). (From a Seal of Edmund (Mortimer), Earl of March, 1400.)

Source: Boutell's Heraldry, rev. J. P. Brooke-Little (1970), p. 178. 
 
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Arms of Neville (Baron Latimer)
Arms of Neville (Baron Latimer)
Gules a saltire Argent an annulet Sable for difference.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 727. 
 
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Arms of Neville (Baron Latimer) (Lozenge)
Arms of Neville (Baron Latimer) (Lozenge)
Gules a saltire Argent an annulet Sable for difference.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 727. 
 
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Arms of Neville (Lord Neville de Raby, Earl of Westmorland, &c.)
Arms of Neville (Lord Neville de Raby, Earl of Westmorland, &c.)
Gules a saltire Argent.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 727. 
 
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Arms of Neville (Lozenge)
Arms of Neville (Lozenge)
Gules a saltire Argent.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 727. 
 
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Arms of Paston-Bedingfeld [Bedingfeld quartering Paston] (Baronets, of Oxburgh in the County of Norfolk)
Arms of Paston-Bedingfeld [Bedingfeld quartering Paston] (Baronets, of Oxburgh in the County of Norfolk)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Ermine an eagle displayed Gules (BEDINGFELD); 2nd and 3rd, Argent six fleurs-de-lis three, two, and one Azure a chief indented Or (PASTON).

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), pages 66, 779. 
 
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Arms of Percy (Baron Percy, Earl of Northumberland, &c.)
Arms of Percy (Baron Percy, Earl of Northumberland, &c.)
Or, a lion rampant Azure.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 792. 
 
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Arms of Percy (Lozenge)
Arms of Percy (Lozenge)
Or, a lion rampant Azure.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 792. 
 
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Arms of Percy quartering Lucy (2nd & 3rd Earls of Northumberland)
Arms of Percy quartering Lucy (2nd & 3rd Earls of Northumberland)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Or, a lion rampant azure; 2nd and 3rd, Gules three lucies or pikes haurient Argent.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 792. 
 
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Arms of Percy quartering Lucy and Poynings (4th Earl of Northumberland)
Arms of Percy quartering Lucy and Poynings (4th Earl of Northumberland)
 
 
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Arms of Percy quartering Lucy differenced with a label Argent (Sir Henry Percy, 'Harry Hotspur')
Arms of Percy quartering Lucy differenced with a label Argent (Sir Henry Percy, "Harry Hotspur")
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Or, a lion rampant azure; 2nd and 3rd, Gules three lucies or pikes haurient Argent; overall a label Argent.

Source (for undifferenced arms): Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 792. 
 
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Arms of Plantagenet quartering France Ancient: Royal Arms of England (1340–c.1400)
Arms of Plantagenet quartering France Ancient: Royal Arms of England (1340–c.1400)
"England was borne alone until 1340, when Edward III, adopting the new practice of quartering, took the arms of France, Azure, semé-de-lis or, termed France Ancient, and bore Quarterly France Ancient and England."

Source: Boutell's Heraldry, rev. J. P. Brooke-Little (1970), p. 207. 
 
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Arms of Plantagenet quartering France Modern: Royal Arms of England (c.1400–1603)
Arms of Plantagenet quartering France Modern: Royal Arms of England (c.1400–1603)
Quarterly France Modern and England.

Occasionally found in the form, Quarterly England and France Modern.

[France Modern: Azure three fleurs de lis or.]
[England: Gules three lions passant guardant in pale or.]

Source: Boutell's Heraldry, rev. J. P. Brooke-Little (1970), p. 208. 
 
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Arms of Plantagenet: Royal Arms of England (c.1198–1340, 1360–9)
Arms of Plantagenet: Royal Arms of England (c.1198–1340, 1360–9)
"In 1198 (and perhaps rather earlier) [Richard I's] arms were Gules, three lions passant guardant in pale or. This coat is referred to briefly as England. It was borne by all the later Plantagenet kings. England was borne alone until 1340."

Source: Boutell's Heraldry, rev. J. P. Brooke-Little (1970), p. 207. 
 
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Arms of Poynings
Arms of Poynings
Barry of six Or and Vert, a bendlet Gules.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 821. 
 
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Arms of Poynings quartering FitzPayne (Baron Poynings)
Arms of Poynings quartering FitzPayne (Baron Poynings)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, barry of six Or and Vert, a bendlet Gules (POYNINGS); 2nd and 3rd, Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Argent over all a bend Azure (FITZPAYNE).

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), pages 821, 357. 
 
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Arms of Prince Henry, Duke of Sussex
Arms of Prince Henry, Duke of Sussex
Quarterly, 1st and 4th Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langued Azure (for England), 2nd quarter Or a lion rampant within a double tressure flory-counter-flory Gules (for Scotland), 3rd quarter Azure a harp Or stringed Argent (for Ireland), with over all a label of five points Argent the first, third and fifth points charged with an Escallop Gules. 
 
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Arms of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
Arms of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
Quarterly, 1st and 4th Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langued Azure (for England), 2nd quarter Or a lion rampant within a double tressure flory-counter-flory Gules (for Scotland), 3rd quarter Azure a harp Or stringed Argent (for Ireland), with over all a label of three points Argent the central point charged with an Escallop Gules. 
 
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Arms of Rhys-Jones
Arms of Rhys-Jones
Quarterly Gules and Azure a lion rampant regardant within an orle Or (RHYS-JONES).

Granted to Christopher Bournes Rhys-Jones. Designed by Sir Peter Gwynn-Jones, Garter. 
 
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Arms of Richard (Plantagenet), 3rd Duke of York
Arms of Richard (Plantagenet), 3rd Duke of York
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, quarterly, France Modern and England, overall a label of three points each charged with three torteaux (House of York); 2nd, quarterly, Castile and León (House of Castile and León); 3rd, quarterly, barry Or and Azure, on a chief of the first two pallets between two base esquires of the second over all an inescutcheon Argent (Mortimer) and Or a cross Gules (de Burgh); and overall an inescutcheon Gules, three lions passant guardant Or, a bordure Argent (Holland, Earl of Kent). 
 
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Arms of Richard of Conisburgh, Earl of Cambridge
Arms of Richard of Conisburgh, Earl of Cambridge
Arms of the 1st and 2nd Dukes of York of the 1385 creation [France (ancient) and England quarterly, a label of three points argent, each point charged with three torteaux] with an additional difference of a bordure of Spain. (From B.M. MS. Cott., Julius C. vii.)

Source: A. C. Fox-Davies, A Complete Guide to Heraldry, rev. J. P. Brooke-Little (1969), pp. 144 and 378. 
 
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Arms of Sarah Ferguson
Arms of Sarah Ferguson
Or, growing out of a mound between two leaves three thistle stalks Vert blossomed Purpure all conjoined in base, alighting on the middle blossom a honeybee Or and Sable winged Argent (FERGUSON) 
 
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Arms of Scrope (Baron Scrope of Bolton; Earl of Wilts; Earl of Sunderland)
Arms of Scrope (Baron Scrope of Bolton; Earl of Wilts; Earl of Sunderland)
Azure a bend Or.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 908.

"In 1385, Sir Richard le Scrope, afterwards first Baron Scrope, of Bolton, challenged the right of Sir Robert Grosvenor to bear the coat—Azure a bend or; and the memorable suit, instituted for the decision of this heraldic controversy, lasted upwards of four years, and was at length awarded in favour of Scrope, who established, by the evidence of a vast number of deponents, consisting of the most distinguished men of the day, from John of Gaunt, the King's uncle, to Chaucer, the Poet, who was then a Squire at Arms, that "his ancestors had continually borne the contested arms from the Conquest." (Idem.
 
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Arms of Scrope (Baron Scrope of Masham)
Arms of Scrope (Baron Scrope of Masham)
Azure a bend Or, in chief a label of three points Argent.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 908. 
 
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Arms of Sophie Rhys-Jones
Arms of Sophie Rhys-Jones
Quarterly Gules and Azure a lion rampant regardant within an orle Or (RHYS-JONES) 
 
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Arms of Spencer
Arms of Spencer
Quarterly Argent and Gules in the second and third quarters a Fret Or overall on a Bend Sable three Escallops of the first 
 
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Arms of Stafford (Earl of Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, Baron Stafford)
Arms of Stafford (Earl of Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, Baron Stafford)
Or a chevron Gules.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 958. 
 
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Arms of Stafford quartering Arms of Thomas of Woodstock (Duke of Buckingham, Earl of Stafford, Baron Stafford)
Arms of Stafford quartering Arms of Thomas of Woodstock (Duke of Buckingham, Earl of Stafford, Baron Stafford)
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, quarterly France Modern and England within a bordure Argent (THOMAS OF WOODSTOCK); 2nd and 3rd, Or a chevron Gules (STAFFORD). 
 
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Arms of Stanhope (Earl of Harrington)
Arms of Stanhope (Earl of Harrington)
Quarterly, ermine and gules in the centre a crescent on a crescent for cadency 
 
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Arms of Stapylton, of Wighill, co. York (Baronets, of Myton, co. York)
Arms of Stapylton, of Wighill, co. York (Baronets, of Myton, co. York)
Argent a lion rampant Sable 
 
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Arms of Stapylton, of Wighill, co. York (Lozenge)
Arms of Stapylton, of Wighill, co. York (Lozenge)
Argent a lion rampant Sable. 
 
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Arms of Talbot (Earl of Shrewsbury, Waterford, and Talbot; Baron Furnivalle, Talbot, and Strange; formerly Duke of Shrewsbury, Marquess of Alton)
Arms of Talbot (Earl of Shrewsbury, Waterford, and Talbot; Baron Furnivalle, Talbot, and Strange; formerly Duke of Shrewsbury, Marquess of Alton)
Gules a lion rampant Or, a border engrailed of the last.

Source: Burke's General Armory, last ed. (1884), Fourth Impression (London: Heraldry Today, 1984), page 995. 
 
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Arms of the 1st Marquess of Milford Haven
Arms of the 1st Marquess of Milford Haven
Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Azure a Lion rampant double-queued barry of ten Argent and Gules armed and langued of the last crowned Or within a Bordure company of the second and third (Hesse); 2nd and 3rd, Argent two Pallets Sable (Battenberg). 
 
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Arms of the Duke of Abercorn
Arms of the Duke of Abercorn
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Gules, three cinquefoils pierced ermine (for HAMILTON); 2nd and 3rd, Argent, an ancient ship or lymphad, with one mast, the sail furled and oars out sable (for ARRAN) 
 
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Arms of the Duke of Grafton (Fitzroy)
Arms of the Duke of Grafton (Fitzroy)
The Royal Arms of Charles II (viz. Quarterly: 1st and 4th, France and England quarterly; 2nd, Scotland; 3rd, Ireland); the whole debruised by a Baton sinister compony of six pieces Argent and Azure. 
 
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Arms of the Duke of Richmond
Arms of the Duke of Richmond
Quarterly: 1st and 4th grand quarters, the Royal Arms of Charles II (viz. quarterly: 1st and 4th, France and England quarterly; 2nd, Scotland; 3rd, Ireland); the whole within a bordure company argent charged with roses gules barbed and seeded proper and the last; overall an escutcheon gules charged with three buckles or (the Dukedom of Aubigny); 2nd grand quarter, argent a saltire engrailed gules between four roses of the second barbed and seeded proper (Lennox); 3rd grand quarter, quarterly, 1st, azure three boars' heads couped or (Gordon); 2nd, or three lions' heads erased gules (Badenoch); 3rd, or three crescents within a double tressure flory counter-flory gules (Seton); 4th, azure three cinquefoils argent (Fraser). 
 
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Arms of the Duke of Somerset
Arms of the Duke of Somerset
 
 
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Arms of the Hanoverian Princes of Wales (1714–1760)
Arms of the Hanoverian Princes of Wales (1714–1760)
The Royal Arms, differenced by a label argent of three points.

Prince Frederick never succeeded his father as Treasurer of the Holy Roman Empire and so the red escutcheon in the centre of his Hanover quarter is empty. 
 

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