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A Presentation by the Rt. Hon. The Lord Lyon, King of Arms

Heraldry Links

  • Royal Heraldry Society of Canada
    The mission of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada and its Branches is to promote the Art and Science of Heraldry, particularly Canadian heraldry, and to encourage an interest in the subject among Canadians. Since the Society's foundation more than three decades ago, the RHSC has never lost sight of its objectives and continues to this day informing and educating Canadians and assisting them and their institutions in the acquisition of properly granted coats of arms.
  • Court of the Lord Lyon
    The Court of the Lord Lyon is the heraldic authority for Scotland and deals with all matters relating to Scottish Heraldry and Coats of Arms and maintains the Scottish Public Registers of Arms and Genealogies.
  • The Heraldry Society of Scotland
    The Heraldry Society of Scotland was founded in 1977 with the objective of promoting the study of heraldry and encouraging its correct use in Scotland and Overseas.
  • College of Arms
    The College of Arms is the official repository of the coats of arms and pedigrees of English, Welsh, Northern Irish and Commonwealth families and their descendants. Its records also include official copies of the records of Ulster King of Arms the originals of which remain in Dublin.
  • The American Heraldry Society
    The American Heraldry Society was founded to study and promote the proper use of heraldry in America through educational efforts and public policy proposals. The Society seeks to educate the American public about the art and practices related to personal and organizational heraldry and to promote legal protections against usurpation of coats of arms in this country.
  • Heraldry Australia
    Heraldry Australia is a society for the promotion, study and enjoyment of heraldry in Australia.
  • The Heraldry Society of New Zealand
    For the study of armorial bearings, the law of arms, heralds, and officers of arms in New Zealand.
  • The Heraldry Society
    The Heraldry Society exists to increase and extend interest in and knowledge of heraldry, armory, chivalry, genealogy and allied subjects. The Society is non profit making and is registered as an educational charity.
  • Online Armorials
    The site has two primary aims; 1) To provide a vehicle to display the results of research into various heraldic families and/or places. 2) To provide links to external sites that cover similar research.
  • Office of the Chief Herald of Ireland
    The Office of the Chief Herald of Ireland is a branch of the National Library of Ireland. The functions of the Chief Herald of Ireland are the granting and confirming of coats of arms to individuals and corporate bodies.
  • The Society of Scottish Armigers
    The Society is composed of persons who have a Coat of Arms entered in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland, the oldest continuously-maintained official record of Arms in the world. Our members include the Chiefs of the Families and Clans of Scotland, otherwise known as Chiefs of the Name, the Chiefs of distinct branches of Families and Clans, the Officers of Arms in Scotland, as well as individual armigers - known as 'duaine usail' in the Celtic language.


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