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Vol. VI, No. 1
July-August 2001

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Contents ~ The Magazine

Heraldry - Blue Lion
Ancestry of Robert the Bruce, Part IV ~ The Blue Lion in Flanders
Heraldry - Early Days
Early Days ~ (Part 1) on imprecise blazon
Heraldry - Royal Courts
News from the Royal Courts ~ Bulgaria, Netherlands and Belgium
Heraldry - classical
Classical Heraldry ~ 13th-14th Century Arms (Part 4)
Heraldry - fine art
Tribute to an Unknown Artist ~ Featuring the arms of the Counts of Tirol
Heraldry - clan badges
Clan badges ~ folio 3
Heraldry - FAQs
FAQs ~ Questions frequently asked of the Editor
Heraldry - Examples of Abuse
The Abuse of Heraldry ~ (Part 1) "Burke's Peerage" arms for President Clinton
Barons, 1066 and Other Matters ~ from the famous compilation of schoolboy howlers
Heraldry - the chapeau
heraldry - Northumbria
A Flag for Northeast England ~ The industrial promotion of Northumbria
Heraldry - seigneur's coronet
Gary, Baron of Richecourt and Lord Newport ~ A report from The Daily Mail
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"The Most Noble Order of the Sword", "one of the world's most prestigious Orders of Chivalry", awarded Baronage this commendation in the first week of October 2000. The "Order" and its "traditions" were founded, as a company with no share capital and limited by guarantee (of one pound sterling), on August 3rd, 2000 by Mr Gary M. Beaver (who absentmindedly entered his forename as "Baron" and surname as "Richecourt" ~ an error that makes the company's legitimacy as questionable as the authenticity of its "Order").