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Re: [SCA-JML] MIK name Take I :-)

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  • Anthony J. Bryant
    ... Really? That s a surprise. I guess it shouldn t be, though, as that s much easier to picture than a snaffle-bit, which in any case could well be square
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 10, 2004
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      Solveig wrote:

      > Very actually, the blazon in Kamon Kakei Jiten by Yoshida gives "Maru ni juji"
      > for the Shimazu kamon shown on page 160.

      Really? That's a surprise. I guess it shouldn't be, though, as that's much
      easier to picture than a snaffle-bit, which in any case could well be square
      instead of round.

      Thanks!

      > This entry is the provinance of the
      > corresponding entry on the St. Gabriel web page. At about the time I wrote the
      > article posted to St. Gabriel, I was trying to get a short list of Japanese
      > kamon placed on the CoA list of protected famous armoury. As it currently
      > stands, the arms of Canadian provinces, some Japanese governmental kamon, and
      > some other stuff which is in current use by governmnets is omitted from the
      > CoA's list of protected mundane armoury. This reflects the particular bias of
      > Master Talan who was primarily responsible for compiling this list.

      I've often thought about trying to register "three hearts cojoined at the point
      within an annulet"--- <G>

      Effingham
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