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Dr. A. Salmerón

The copyright of the images, drawings, compositions or accompanying texts displayed on this site Blason.es, or in its associated heraldry domains, and which are the product of the creation of new coats of arms or the interpretation of already existing coats of arms corresponds to its author Antonio Salmerón Cabañas who is, in turn, the proprietor Blason.es.

The copyright of each work is protected by its corresponding registration of intellectual property. Antonio Salmerón Cabañas is also the author of propiedad intelectual.

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It is not allowed to copy, use or reproduce these images, drawings, compositions or texts without the express authorization of the author and, more importantly, always respecting the rights of the holders of the coats and blasons as specified in the article called ownership of blazons and coats of arms.

Kevin McLeod's music

Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) is the author of the musical compositions of some videos. He has the generosity to license it through «Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0» (CreativeCommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) and both here and in the credits of all these videos this generosity is attributed. Although this license permits modification of the work, these soundtracks are the originals of Kevin MacLeod.

Fonts by Pia Frauss

The wonderful fonts shown in Blason.es and some of its documents in formato PDF have the rights of Dr. Marianne Steinbauer (Pia-Frauss.de) who personally authorized me to use them, from here my most sincere gratitude.

Historical documents

They can also be found in Blason.es and in its associated heraldry domains images and compositions that contain parts or clippings of armorials, heraldic books, or heraldic pieces with centuries of antiquity and, therefore, already in public domain.

Credits of the articles

In addition to the copyrights mentioned in the previous sections, The following list shows the credits of the coats of arms, photographs or other heraldic objects that appear in some articles of Blason.es.

Although this list does not intend to be exhaustive, I try to maintain it the most updated and complete as possible and I will be happy to make the inclusions or appropriate modifications that are communicated to me.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Nisbet, A.; 1722

Alexander Nisbet, System of Heraldry, 1722, coat of arms

Alexander Nisbet, «System of Heraldry Speculative and Practical: With the True Art of Blazon», subtitle «according to the most approved heralds in Europe: illustrated with suitable examples of armoria figures, and achievements of the most considerable surnames and families in Scotland, together with historical and genealogical memorials relative thereto», printed by J. MackEuen, Edinburgh, 1722.


This is the very 1st edition of this book and I consult the edition [Nisbet, A.; 1816].


Bibliographical reference of century XVIII.

Author: Nisbet, Alexander.

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External link:

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Nisbet, A.; 1816

Alexander Nisbet, System of Heraldry, 1816, page 43

Alexander Nisbet, «System of Heraldry Speculative and Practical: With the True Art of Blazon», subtitle «according to the most approved heralds in Europe: illustrated with suitable examples of armoria figures, and achievements of the most considerable surnames and families in Scotland, together with historical and genealogical memorials relative thereto», printed by William Blackwood de Ediburgo and Rodwell and Martin of London, Edinburgh, 1816.


This is the edition I consult and the 1st edition of this book is [Nisbet, A.; 1722].

The illustration accompanying this bibliographic reference corresponds to page 43 of this edition of 1816.


Bibliographical reference of century XIX.

Author: Nisbet, Alexander.

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External resources:

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León Unicornio saltante sobre la divisa, criterio.

Invected and engrailed

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Bordure invected and bordure engrailed.

System of Heraldry, 1816, page 21, pictures 1 and 2

Categories: Criterion, Schema, Semi-circular, Bordure, Invected and Engrailed.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Alexander Nisbet, schema

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Bordure invected and bordure engrailed.

Painting inspired in [Nisbet, A.; 1816; page 21, pictures 1 and 2], but with the 3 boar's heads of Alexander Nisbet within the 2nd bordure invected.

Blazon writen by the College of Arms for the coat of arms of Michael John Huxley-Evans «Per fess nebuly Sable and Ermine in chief a Rose Argent barbed and seeded proper within a wreath of Thorns Or in base three Boar's Heads erased Sable armed Or.», but to differentiate from the «armed» of the claws, I prefer «tusked» to «armed» for the defenses/tusks of the boar's heads.


Blazon keywords: Bordure, Invected, Engrailed, Head and Boar.

Style keywords: Semi-circular.

Classification: Schema.

Bearer: Nisbet, Alexander.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

St. George's Roll; 1285

Gules, three Buckles Argent, Tomás Roscelyn

St. George's Roll, in English usually written as «MS Vincent, 164 ff.1-21b», also called [Vincent, MS; 1285], it is in the College of Arms, London, containing 677 painted coats of arms, it is an English roll or arms dating from c. 1285.


The bibliographical reference that I mainly use for this armorial is [Vincent, MS; 1285].


Bibliographical reference of century XIII.

Classification: Armorial roll and Manuscript.

The author is anonymous.

Here are the articles quoting this reference:

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León Áncora de oro y la divisa enlace.

Heralds International

Heralds International, parchment insignia of heraldic artists

Internet addresses:

I was honored with their announce of my incorporation to Heralds International, the announce was the following:

  • «Dr. Antonio Salmeron has recently joined Heralds International as a Member Artist and so we thought we would feature some of his work. A longer article will follow later but Dr. Salmeron has described his work thus»:
  • «My style as a heraldic artist is clear, symbolic and methodical. Clear because my work searches pieces which transmit energy and vital force to the owner, I think that a coat of arms should be a source of light and joy and an expression of freedom. Symbolic because coats of arms must be a representation of its bearer, his/her ideals, motivations, history and anything he/she might want to display. Methodical because heraldic art is founded on a science, the so called science of heraldry».
  • «We look forward to featuring more of his work very soon».
My artistic answer to a kind proposal of Heralds International

Categories: Link and Heraldry and heralds.

Separador heráldico

Sigue por: Vincent, MS; 1285.

 

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