The bookplate of James Brodie of Brodie is on sale at eBay with a starting price of £7.50. (Vendor postcardspostcards )
From the Brodie family tree, James was the 21st Thane of Brodie born in 1744 and died in 1824
Arms: Argent a chevron Gules between three mullets Azure.
Crest: A right hand holding a bunch of arrows all proper.
Supporters: Two savages wreathed about the head and middle with laurel each holding a club resting against his shoulder proper.
To see more recorded Arms for Brodie, visit my Brodie Armorial.
Another sale on eBay; the Grant of Arms to William Philip Park of Altadore, Fulwood, Lancs dated 1875. (Vendor makov25.) The starting price is £350.00.
Arms: Or a fess invected chequy Azure and Argent between three stags’ heads caboshed in chief and one in base Gules.
Crest: Upon a mount Vert a stag’s head caboshed Gules between two marigolds slipped proper.
Motto: Providentiae Me Committo (I commit myself to Providence)
The 1882 Grant of Arms to Thomas Dixon of Rhoda in Cumberland is on sale on eBay with a starting price of £199.99 (Vendor solwayantiques). The Arms are framed.
Arms: Azure on a pale Argent a fleur de lis of the first a chief engrailed Ermine.
Crest: In front of a cubit arm grasping a scymetar proper pomel and hilt Gold a staff raguly fesswise Or.
Motto: Quod Dixi Dixi (What I have said, I have said)
The sale on eBay of has recently ended of the Irish Confirmation of Arms to John Lothrop Motley Sheridan of Frampton Court (b.1876 d.1946), Dorset(vendor: hollowayfineart). Sale price £280.00
The Confirmation was on the basis of his descent from the Rev’d Thomas Sheridan (b.1687 d.1738) who married Elizabeth McFadden the only daughter and heiress of Charles McFadden of Quilea, County Cavan. The Confirmation is signed by Thomas Ulick Sadleir, Deputy Ulster King of Arms.
Arms: 1st & 4th Argent a lion rampant between three trefoils Vert (for Sheridan) 2nd & 3rd Pean a talbot passant Argent (for McFadden).
Crest: Out of a ducal coronet Or a stag’s head proper.
Motto: Cervus Lacessitus Leone
On eBay of the Grant of Arms in 1907 to Evan Davies Jones is offered for sale (vendor Lee Burgess – diggerlee). In 1917 Evan Jones was created the 1st Baronet of Pentower. The title became extinct on the death of his son in 1952. His eldest and youngest sons were both killed in the First World War.
Arms: Argent a lion rampant Sable collared and chained over the back Or on a chief arched of the second two mullets of the first.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours upon a rock proper between two mullets Argent a lion as in the Arms.
Motto: Ehed a’i edyn ei hun.
The Arms of Sir Evan Jones as displayed in the 1929 edition of Armorial Families.
Update: As at 29th October 2016 this Grant is still on sale for £1,750.00.