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Author:

 

Malcolm Howe


Report:

 

33


Page:

 

83


Year:

 

2006


Subject Matter:

 

Diplomatic and General History



Excerpt:

 

An augmentation to a coat of arms is a special mark of honour from the Sovereign and is granted by Royal Warrant, under the hand and Privy Seal of the Monarch. Four British subjects received augmentations to record their achievements in Portugal during the Peninsular War.

Illustration of the augmented arms of Sir Archibald Campbell, as found on the tomb of his son in Winchester Cathedral




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