Heraldry Online Blog

15 February 2011

Yuille of Darleith – Livery Button

Filed under: Coat of Arms,Heraldry,People — Stephen J F Plowman @ 15:43
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The sale of 2,000 plus livery buttons over the next 12 months has started on eBay. The buttons are from the J R Gaunt & Son Ltd pattern book archives circa 1820-1920. The buttons have been in the possession of the Royal Military Museum at Sandhurst from the 1950″s and the National Army Museum since 1960.

Amongst the current batch on sale is one bearing the Arms of Yuille of Darleith viz:

Arms: Argent on a fess between three crescents Sable a garb Or banded Gules.

Crest: An ear of wheat proper.

Motto: Numine et virtute

Yule/Yuille Armorial

Image courtesy of the vendor, hantsreg

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