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  1. College of Arms, also called Heralds’ College, corporation of the royal heralds of England and Wales. After the Court of Lord Lyon (the heraldic corporation of Scotland), it is the oldest active heraldic institution in Europe. The college investigates, records, and advises on the use of coats of arms (armorial bearings), royal grants, and pedigrees. It also undertakes the planning of state ...

  2. The College of Arms is on the north side of Queen Victoria Street, and is directly south of the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral. The nearest underground stations are Blackfriars (the District and Circle Lines), and St. Paul's (the Central Line). Buses numbers 4, 11,15, 17, 23, 76, and 172 all stop not far from the College.

  3. The salaries of the officers of arms are listed below, which is not taxable income: £ 49.07 per annum for Garter Principal King of Arms, £20.25 per annum for the provincial Kings of Arms, £17.80 per annum for the Heralds, and £13.95 per annum for the Pursuivants. The facade of the College of Arms on Queen Victoria Street, London.

  4. The College of Arms Catalogue, volume 1 (1988), is a detailed catalogue of a small but significant part of the records and collections, including the 260 volume manuscript collection of Augustine Vincent (d.1626), Windsor Herald, and the Tudor manuscripts with the pressmarks L and M. Volume 2 of this catalogue series is in preparation, with the kind sponsorship of the Marc Fitch Fund, the ...

  5. www.kingdomofscone.com › college-of-armsCollege of Arms | Scone

    The College was founded by Royal Charter in 2017 by Our First King, His Majesty King James. The College of Arms, is a royal corporation consisting of officers of arms, with jurisdiction over Scone and its Commonwealth realms and headed by the Great Marshall of the Kingdom of Scone and Lord Ilion King of Arms and his heralds of which there is currently two others bein

  6. The College of Arms is a body corporate forming part of the royal household incorporated by charter that exercises the royal prerogative in the granting and regulating of armorial bearings in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and those Commonwealth realms where the Queen is head of State without their own heraldic authorities. The College occupies a building in Queen Victoria Street in the City ...

  7. www.college-of-arms.gov.uk › news-grants › newsNews - College of Arms

    The Kings, Heralds and Pursuivants of Arms of the College of Arms join with the whole nation in congratulating Her Majesty The Queen on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee. In celebration of Her Majesty's 70 years of devoted service, many have decided to fly the Union flag from…