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Vol. V, No. 5
September-October 2000
Critical Award from "The Most Noble Order of the Sword" (a limited company)

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Contents ~ The Magazine
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Dimidiation and the Liar ~ An addition to the heraldic bestiary
JAG ~ Differencing a.k.a. Cadency (Part 2)

The Editor's
New Arms for Princess Mathilde
Classical Heraldry ~ 13th-14th Century Arms (Part 2)
Chivalry in the 20th Century ~ The Tragedy of the Kursk
Caveat Emptor ~ Recommended agents for feudal titles
Gary, Baron of Richecourt and Lord Newport ~ We jest not!
Curiosity Corner ~ 7. The Pegasus
Held over until November-December
The Ancestry of the Bruces ~ IV. A blue lion from Flanders
Held over until November-December
Held over until November-December
Clan badges ~ folio 3

The 1999 Contents Pages

Volume IV, Number 1 ~ January-March

Volume IV, Number 2 ~ April-June

Volume !V, Number 3 ~ July-September

Volume IV, Number 4 ~ October-December

The 2000 Contents Pages

Volume V, Number 1 ~ January-February

Volume V, Number 2 ~ March-April

Volume V, Number 3 ~ May-June

Volume V. Number 4 ~ July-August


The Archives Contents Page
The Feudal Herald Newsletter
October 2000
The Newsletters Index Page
The Feudal Herald Newsletter
September 2000
The Mists of Antiquity Contents Page
Journalists' & Authors' Guide Contents Page

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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 wrote his forename as "Baron" and surname as "Richecourt" ~ an error that makes the company's legitimacy questionable).