January 2021 LOAR

Full Letter

Acceptances

  • Aline Hopton. Badge. (Fieldless) A masculyn Or.
  • Aline Hopton. Badge. (Fieldless) In pale a plate conjoined to an escallop Or.
  • Barbara Santangelo da Vignola. Name and device. Vert, a spiral hunting horn Or and on a chief indented argent three pairs of scissors azure.
  • Delphina de Champeaux. Device change. Argent, an escarbuncle within an orle purpure.
    The submitter’s previous device, Argent, an escarbuncle and a chief purpure, is released.
  • Nadiha Ramthumer. Badge. (Fieldless) On a domestic cat’s head couped argent a goutte de sang.
  • Ophelia Warde. Device. Purpure, on a bend argent between two dandelions slipped and leaved Or three dragonflies bendwise sinister purpure.
  • Richard Fairbourne. Device change. Azure crusilly and a chief Or.
    The submitter’s previous device, Per pale azure and vert, two hawk’s heads erased respectant Or, is retained as a badge.
  • Tobias of Emerickeskepe and Jessimond of Emerickeskepe. Joint badge for Emerickeskepe. (Fieldless) On a tower Or an ermine spot sable.
  • Ulrich von Tolstat. Device. Vert, a bend sable fimbriated, overall a boar’s head erased argent.

Returns

  • Grimolfr at Brytarauki. Device. Per saltire argent and sable, a tree eradicated proper between two wolves combatant argent each maintaining an arrow inverted Or.
  • Nadiha Ramthumer. Device. Vert, a domestic cat rampant argent goutty de sang.

Dec 2020 LOAR

Full Letter

Acceptances

  • Alexander Cabalisticus. Reblazon of device. Azure, on a pile Or an East Asian dragon tergiant inverted, head and neck embowed to sinister chief gules, in base a roundel argent.
    Blazoned when registered in October 1982 as Azure, on a pile Or an Oriental dragon tergiant displayed inverted, head and neck embowed to sinister chief, gules and in base a roundel argent, we are replacing the term Oriental with East Asian, as well as correcting some errors.
  • Anne von Wiese. Name and device. Argent, a salamander tergiant pean enflamed proper, on a tierce wavy sable in chief an estoile Or.
    There is a step from period practice for the use of a charged tierce.
  • Berengaria Rossi. Reblazon of device. Per saltire argent and gules, a brown bear statant erect to sinister proper between in fess two spears palewise Or steeled sable.
    Blazoned when registered in February 1989 as Per saltire argent and gules, a brown bear statant erect to sinister proper between in fess two spears palewise sable, hafted Or, the spears take their tincture from the hafts. See the Cover Letter for details.
  • Christina the Dragoncharmer. Reblazon of device. Azure, on a pale between two stars of David Or an East Asian dragon tergiant inverted, head and neck embowed to sinister chief gules.
    Blazoned when registered in June 1983 as Azure, on a pale between two Stars of David Or an Oriental dragon tergiant displayed inverted, head and neck embowed to sinister chief, gules, we are replacing the term Oriental with East Asian and correcting some errors.
  • Daniel O’Sullivan of Beare. Name.
    Submitted as Daniel O’Sullivan _ Beare, commenters questioned whether this form presumed against the chief of the Beare sept of the O’Sullivan clan. When this issue was presented to the submitter, he opted to add the preposition of to create the locative of Beare. Beare is an English place name dated to 1497 in Watts s.n. Beare Green. As the clan head was never referred to in this way, using this form removes the appearance of presumption.
  • Dianaim ingen Cerbaill. Name and device. Purpure, a horse rampant and on a chief argent three roses purpure.
    Nice Irish name for the 10th century!
    Nice device!
  • Elfsea, Barony of. Reblazon of badge. Per pale azure and argent, on an escallop inverted counterchanged a boar spear fesswise reversed proper steeled argent, a base embattled counterchanged.
    Blazoned when registered in October 1995 as Per pale azure and argent, on an escallop inverted counterchanged a boar spear fesswise reversed argent hafted proper, a base embattled counterchanged, the spear takes its tincture from the haft. See the Cover Letter for details.
  • Elizabeth Fraser. Name.
    Nice 16th century Scots name!
  • Lucius Plaguleius Antoninus. Name change from Solmundr of Ansteorra.
    Submitted as Lucius Plaguleius Antonius, Antonius is a nomen and not a cognomen. As the submitter requested authenticity for Roman culture, we have modified the byname to the attested cognomen Antoninus for registration.
  • As modified, this name is authentic for Roman culture encompassing the end of the Republic and the beginning of the Empire, roughly the last half of the first century BCE and most of the first century CE.
    The submitter’s previous name, Solmundr of Ansteorra, is retained as an alternate.
  • Mary Fraser. Name.
    Nice 16th century Scots name!
  • Tatsumi Tomoko. Reblazon of device. Sable, in chief an East Asian dragon passant maintaining to base an open scroll argent, a base wavy barry wavy argent and sable.
    Blazoned when registered in July 1996 as Sable, in chief an Oriental dragon passant pendant from its sinister foreclaw an open scroll argent and a base wavy barry wavy argent and sable, we are replacing the term Oriental with East Asian and correcting some errors.

Returns

None