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The Heraldry Society of Scotland
25 Craigentinny Crescent
Edinburgh, EH7 6QA
Scotland, UK.

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Publications - The Heraldry Society of Scotland

 

 

 

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Lord Crawford's Armorial
edited by Alex Maxwell Findlater
Price: Various

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The Dunvegan Armorial
edited by John and Eilean Malden
Price: Various

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Dublin Armorial
edited by Leslie Hodgson, Dipl. Arch.,
Price: Various

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Aspilogia Scoticana
by Alex Maxwell Findlater
Price: Various

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The Lion Rejoicing
by Charles Burnetts and Mark Dennis
Price: Various

No longer available

Stall Plates
by Charles Burnett and Leslie Hodgson
Price: Various

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Scottish Heraldry : An Invitation
Society Publication

Price: Various

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An Ordinary of Scottish Arms pre-1672

An Ordinary of Scottish Arms pre-1672 Eilean and John Malden and William G. Scott.
Price: Various

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A Tournament Mle
by Mark D. Dennis
Price: Out of Stock

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Emblems of Scotland
Various Authors
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In the unlikely event of defective publications or products being damaged during delivery, the Society will replace them free of charge.

In compliance with distance selling regulations we are obliged to offer a cooling-off period of seven working days during which, you may return an unwanted item for a full refund or exchange. However, the purchaser must pay the full cost of return postage and the Society will not be responsible for any items lost while being returned.

 

The Heraldry Society of Scotland   last Update 05 Jun 2017