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Eugene McCarthy, The Armorial Register

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Registered by The International Register of Arms, 16th of June of 2022, Registration number 0640, Volume 4.


Categories: Armorial roll, Stag, Tripant, Attired, Hoofed, Terrace in base, Base, Charged, Fess, Chief, Goose, Volant, Facing sinister and Motto (motivation).

External resource:

Root: The Armorial Register.

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The Armorial Register, 2015-2023

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The arms of Yannick Beuvelet emblazoned by me certified and registered by the Armorial Register.

From 2015 to 2023, armigers of twelve coats of arms emblazoned by me have chosen to register their heraldic achievements in The Armorial Register - International Register of Arms, located in Regent Villa, England, a renowned armorial registry directed by Martin S. J. Goldstraw.

This signifies that my artwork is represented in twelve entries within this prestigious international heraldic archive.

In the image the arms of Yannick Beuvelet emblazoned by me certified and registered by the Armorial Register.


Categories: Armorial roll, Griffin, Armed, Beaked, Bordure, Galero and Doctor.

External resource:

Root: The Armorial Register.

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The Armorial Register, 2015-2020

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Volume 4, International Register of Arms, The Armorial Register.

From 2015 to 2020, armigers of six coats of arms emblazoned by me have chosen to register their heraldic achievements in The Armorial Register - International Register of Arms, located in Regent Villa, England, a renowned armorial registry directed by Martin S. J. Goldstraw.

This signifies that my artwork is represented in six entries within the books edited by this prestigious international heraldic archive.


Categories: Armorial roll and Doctor.

Root: The Armorial Register.

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Kingdom of Jerusalem

Argent, a cross potent cantoned of four crosslets potent Or.

Metal Or over metal Argent.

Argent, a cross potent cantoned of four crosslets potent Or.

Escudo de plata, una cruz potenzada cantonada de cuatro cruces potenzadas todas de oro.

Illuminated with lights and shadows and with a freehand finish.

Perhaps the most classic example of non-compliance with the heraldic rule of tinctures having metal Or over metal Argent.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, One, Cross potent, Cross couped, Cantoned, Four and Or.

Style keywords: Freehand, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Semi-circular.

Classification: Interpreted and Civic.

Bearer: Kingdom of Jerusalem.

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House of Hohenzollern

Quarterly Argent and Sable.

Royal and imperial German dynasty.

Quarterly Argent and Sable.

Escudo cuartelado de plata y sable.

Illuminated with lights and shadows and with a watercolor finish.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Argent and Sable.

Style keywords: Watercolor, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Semi-circular.

Classification: Interpreted.

Bearer: House of Hohenzollern.

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Boteler of Warrington

Azure, a bend between six covered cups Or.

Azure, a bend between six covered cups Or.

Escudo de azur, una banda acompañada de seis copas todo de oro.

Illuminated with lights and shadows and with a freehand finish.

Around 1155, Beatrix de Villers married Richard le Boteler Pincerna, who became the 4th Baron of Warrington. The heir of Beatrix and Richard took the surname «le Boteler» and ruled the Warrington region, bearing arms Azure, a bend between six covered cups Or.

In Castilian, a «copa» has a lid and is referred to as a «covered cup» in English. When it doesn't have a lid, it's called a «cup» in English and a «cáliz» or «copón» in Castilian, the latter being a less preferred term for me. In English, the term «chalice» is also used, especially if it's adorned with gemstones, although that's more of an artistic license.

Naipes Heraclio Fournier is a renowned Spanish playing card manufacturer based in Villareal de Álava. The countless hours I have spent holding its cards in my hands are incalculable, whether playing with friends, opponents, or performing magic tricks. Its influence on my heraldic artwork is significant. For instance, in this covered cup.

The following image shows my covered cup and my two interpretations of his arms: 1) the most commonly viewed, and 2) my alternative layout.

The most commonly viewed and my alternative layout.

Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Azure, One, Bend, Between, Six, Covered cup and Or.

Style keywords: Freehand, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Semi-circular.

Classification: Interpreted and Kingdom of England.

Bearer: Boteler of Warrington.

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Walker, Peter Edward

Party per pale Sable and Or semé of portcullises and three turreted towers all counterchanged.

Baron Walker of Worcester

Party per pale Sable and Or semé of portcullises and three turreted towers all counterchanged.

Escudo partido de sable y oro sembrado del uno al otro de rastrillos y torres tridonjonadas.

Illuminated with lights and shadows and with a metallic finish.

Coat of arms of Peter Edward Walker, Baron Walker of Worcester, emblazoned by me in 4 steps, notice that it is a double semé.

Counterchanged

Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Sable, Or, Semé, Counterchanged (1), Portcullis, Tower, With a turret, Three and Turret.

Style keywords: Soft metal, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Pointed.

Classification: Interpreted and Schema.

Bearer: Walker, Peter Edward.

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Sigue por: Anderson of Erbury.

 

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