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Infantry officer and herald from the first half of 16th century. From a coloured drawing by Hans Holbein in a cabinet of curiosities in Dresden. The officer wears a large hat with plumes, half armour, doublet with quilted and slashed sleeves, odd stockings, garters and leather shoes. The herald wears a tabard with a coat of arms of a two-headed eagle. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Alteneck's Costumes Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century Frankfurt, 1889…

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De Huizen van Oranje en Nassau - Heraldische Wapens en betekenis

De Huizen van Oranje en Nassau - Heraldische Wapens en betekenis

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Die Häuser von Oranien und Nassau - Wappenröcke Wappen

Bavarian herald Joerg Rugenn wearing a tabard of the Coat of arms of Bavaria, around -- Österreichesche Nationalbibliothek (Austrian National Library) Cod.

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The Brabant Chronicle Brabantsche Yeesten medieval scene of nobleman dubbing knights

The Brabant Chronicle Brabantsche Yeesten medieval scene of nobleman dubbing knights Belgia CA 1350

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