Heraldry 1679. .

The Royal Atchivement of his Majesty, The most high and mighty Monarch CHARLES the ƒecond  by the Grace of God King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, Defender of the faith, &ca.  As it appeared in the book, A Display Of Heraldry, by John Guillim, 1679  but dated  1678 .
A Display Of Heraldry To which is added a Treatise of Honour Military and Civil, According to the Laws and Customs of England, collected out of the most Authentick Authors, both Ancient and Modern, by Capt. John Logan GUILLIM, John [1565-1621]. Edité par London: Printed by S.Roycroft for R.Blome; and are sold by Francis Tyton, Henry Brome, Thomas Basset, Richard Chiswell, John Wright, and Thomas Sawbridge, 1678.  These comprehensive, detailed descriptions of hundreds of heraldic arms were written by John Guillim (or Gwillim, 1565-1621), an officer of arms at the College of Arms, London. Some historians have attributed the Display to a clergyman named John Barkham while the Analogia Honorum is said to have been written by Richard Blome some of these certainly are signed by Blome  According to Dugdale " John Guillim, the celebrated herald, was born about the year 1565. The early part of his education was received at the grammar school, in this city, from which he was removed in 1581, to Oxford. When he had left the university, he was appointed Portsmouth pursuivant of arms in the London college. In 1610, he published his Display of Heraldry, which still retains its original esteem. He died in 1621."These are from the second part of the Honor Civil and will be listed by title with hopefully the pics clear enough to read details. . . if not yell/email etc
Royalty/Clergy/Companies page 1
   Duke: The highest rank and title in the British peerage, first introduced by Edward III in 1337 when he created the Black Prince the first English duke. A Duke is “Most Noble”; he is styled “My Lord Duke” and “Your Grace” and all his younger sons are “Lords” and all his daughters “Ladies” with the prefix “Right Honorable”. The coronet of a duke is a circlet, heightened with eight conventional strawberry leaves, and encloses a velvet cap.
    Marquess/Marquis: The second order of the British peerage, in rank next to that of the Duke. Introduced in 1387 by Richard II. A Marquess is “Most Honorable”; he is styled “My Lord Marquess” all his younger sons are “Lords” and his daughters “Ladies”; his eldest sons bears his father’s “second title”. The coronet is a golden circlet heightened by four strawberry leaves and as many pearls, arranged alternately.
    Earl: In Latin, “Comes” in French “Comte” or “Count.” Before 1337, the highest, and now the third degree of rank and dignity in the British peerage. An earl is “Right Honorable”; he is styled “My Lord”, the eldest son bears his father’s “second title,” generally that of Viscount; his other sons are “Honorable” but all his daughters are “Ladies.” The circlet of an Earl’s coronet has eight lofty rays of gold rising from the circlet, each of which supports a large pearl, while between each pair of these rays is a golden strawberry leaf. Page 2
    Viscount: The fourth degree of rank and dignity in the British peerage. Introduced by Henry VI in 1440. A Viscount is a “Right Honorable” and is styled “My Lord.” All his sons and daughters are “Honorable.” The coronet has a row of sixteen small pearls set on the circlet.
    Baron: The lowest rank in the British peerage. A Baron is “Right Honorable” and is styled “My Lord”. The coronet is a golden circlet topped by six large pearls. An Irish baron has no coronet. All children of a Baron are “Honorable.”
    Baronet: A hereditary rank, lower than the peerage, instituted in 1612 by James I, who fixed the precedence of baronets before all Knights, those of the Order of the Garter alone excepted. then Esquire



  Royalty/ Folio 19 /Honor Civil
'The Royall Atchivement of His Majesty'  Charles II
Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on many pages but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45



  Royalty/ Folio 84 /Honor Civil
'The  Atchievement of His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales '
'The  Atchievement of His Royal Highness Ernest Duke of York  '
Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45 clipped edge of page x 2


  Royalty/ Folio 84 /Honor Civil
'The  Atchievement of His Royal Highness Prince Frederick '
'The  Atchievement of Her Royal Highness The Pincess Anne  '
'The  Atchievement of Her Royal Highness The Pincess Amalia Sophia  '
'The  Atchievement of Her Royal Highness The Pincess Elizabeth Carolina '
Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45  , edge soiling x 4


Marquesses/ Folio 37 /Honor Civil
'The  Atchievement of Marquesses'
Charles Paulet Marquess of Winchester, Earle of Wiltshire,Baron St John of Basing / Henry Somerset Marquess & Earle of Worcester etc, Henry Pierrepont   Marquess of Dorchester, Earle of Kingston upon Hull etc
Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45


Folio 266 /Honor Civil
'This  Atchievement property appertains to Edward Dummer of Swathling. . .  etc'

Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45 edge tear


Bishops/ Page 124/Honor Civil
Arms of the Episcopal Sees of England & Wales , Canterbury / York / London/ Durham / Winchester / Worcester / Salisbury / Bath + Wells

Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £25 edge Tear  clipped edge


City / Page ? /Honor Civil
'The  Atchievement of the Honorable Citty of London. . .  etc'
The Right Honourable Sir James Edwards Knight Lord Mayor 1678


Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45 reserved


City Companies/ Page ? /Honor Civil
The east India Company /  Levant Company of Merchants / Muscovy  Company of Merchants / Eastland Company of Merchants / Royall or African  Company of Merchants /Bristoll Company of Merchants /
Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45
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  Dukes /Honor Civil
henry Duke of Beaufort / George Duke of Northumberland / Charles Duke of St Albans / Charles Duke of Bolton / Meinhart Duke of Schomberg / Charles Duke of Shrewsbury

Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on many pages but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45


  Dukes /Honor Civil
Thomas Duke of Norfolk / Charles Duke of Somerset / Charles Duke of Cleveland + Southampton / Charles Duke of Richmond / Charles Duke of Grafton / James Duke of Ormond

Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45 x 2


  Dukes /Honor Civil
Peregrine Duke of Leeds / Wriothsley Duke of Bedford / Wm Duke of Devonshire / John Duke of Buckingham+ Normanby  / John Duke of Marlborough  / John Duke of Rutland

Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45   mk at base( printers fingerprint!) , edge tear margin base left  or second copy edge soiling



Dukes /Honor Civil
John Duke of Montagu / Charles Duke of Dover / henry  Duke of Kent / James Duke of Hamilton + Brandon  / Robert Duke of Ancaster + Kesteven  / Evelin Duke of Kingston

Antique folio copper plate engraving published 1679 at the latest , London for "A Display of Heraldry" by John Guillim. Printed one side only  as the earlier edition. Later editions were printed both sides .CONDTION ;- Due to the age the page edges are not straight on Many pages, some cropped by the printer but all will mount so shown on a darker backing. Some have contemporary pen annotations always worst copy shown. Paper Size: 36 x 22cm Untinted, inc delivery  £45





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