I was deeply touched by the allusion to the lion and the coat-of-arms.
He held up a little note with a coat-of-arms upon the envelope.
His helmet is a barbers basin, his horse, Rosinante, and a labourers donkey brays at the sight of his coat-of-arms.
On the coat-of-arms it is notable that the three lions of England are crowned.
The old Nesmond coat-of-arms stands out, resplendent, on all the siphons of the factory, on all the memoranda and letter-heads.
The family name was Tre Rosor, after the coat-of-arms, which consisted of three roses.
There was a coat-of-arms, too, with which she was not acquainted.
The main metals and colours of the coat-of-arms should be repeated in the mantling.
This coat-of-arms shall be made similar to the accompanying shield, painted as is indicated above.
"With pleasure," said the marshal, outlining her coat-of-arms with black paint.