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- Heraldic Art As A Supplement To Individual Psychotherapy
David Pittman Johnson, D.S.W., October 2003
Heraldry In Ethiopian Context: Cultural And Foundational Considerations
Dr. Patrick M. O’Shea, GOSE, October 2004
Anthony Wood, April 2004
Secretary of State Colin Powell to Matriculate Scottish Arms
The Heraldic Eagle: The Story Behind The Bird
Robert S. Koppelman, October 2003
Trademarks And Badges Of Affiliation? Lessons From Europe
Murray Eiland, January 2004
“Where Do We Get Some Of Our Genes From, Grandfather?”
Sir Conrad Swan, KCYO, KGCN, Pill, FSA, Quondam Garter Principal King of Arms, July 2004
- Orthodox Ecclesiastical Heraldry
David Pittman Johnson, D.S.W., July 2006
- Why Would Americans Want Armorial Bearings?
David Robert Wooten, October 2006
- Civic Heraldry of Lithuania
Al (Alvydas) Karaša, April 2012
- King Heraldry
Paul Campbell, April 2012
- Postcard From The Supreme Court, London
Murray Eiland, July 2012
- Arms Engraved in the Floor of Amsterdam’s Oude Kerk
Paul Campbell, July 2012
- Cigar Box Heraldry
Murray Eiland, January 2014
- Announcing The Edwin And Elizabeth Memorial Grant For Heraldic Research
- How Canada Became Home to Some of the World’s More Visually Stunning - And Fun - Heraldry
Tristin Hopper, April 2014
- The Ross of Bladensburg Augmentation
Paul Campbell, January 2015
- Sivane Saray - Heraldic Artist Extraordinaire
- From Heroic to Heraldic: Devising The Great Seal of the United States
Chris Mcdonald Jones, July 2016
- Shakespeare: Actor. Playwright. Social Climber.
Jennifer Schuessler, October 2016
- The Arms of The Society of Heraldic Arts
Stephen Friar, M.Phil, FHS, FSHA, July 2017
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