Heraldry Online Blog

21 April 2017

College of Arms Recruitment

Filed under: Heraldry — Stephen J F Plowman @ 19:49
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From the College of Arms website:

The College of Arms is seeking to recruit a research assistant (trainee) for a period of six to twelve months. The successful candidate will learn how to deal with heraldic and genealogical enquiries arising from members of the public and various organisations, how to process applications for new grants of arms and about other work undertaken by the College. Upon completion of this training period, the candidate will be assessed with a view to appointment as an officer of arms. If appointed, he or she will be able to run an independent heraldic and genealogical practice within the College generating his or her own income.

Research Assistantship (Traineeship) with a view to appointment as an Officer of Arms

 

 

22 March 2014

Armorial Update: Mitchell

Filed under: Coat of Arms,Heraldry,People — Stephen J F Plowman @ 13:50
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The latest edition of the College of Arms newsletter  included the blazon for the Grant of Arms to Andrew Alexander Mitchell of Spalding, Lincolnshire in August 2013.  I have added the details and my emblazonment to my Mitchell Armorial.  Unfortunately, neither my clipart collection nor my artisitc skills are currently up to reproducing the same “handcuffs/manacles” displayed in the newsletter.  One for my “to do” list.

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