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  1. The College of Arms is the official heraldic authority for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and much of the Commonwealth including Australia and New Zealand. As well as being responsible for the...

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      The College of Arms was founded in 1484 and has since then...

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      The College of Arms has a range of functions and offers a...

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      The College of Arms is not able to offer an online database...

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      Grants of Arms to Commercial Companies: The College of Arms...

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      The College of Arms is on the north side of Queen Victoria...

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  2. The College of Arms, or Heralds' College, is a royal corporation consisting of professional officers of arms, with jurisdiction over England, Wales, Northern Ireland and some Commonwealth realms.

  3. The College of Arms was founded in 1484 and has since then created and maintained official registers of coats of arms and pedigrees. The heralds who make up the College are members of the Royal...

  4. A entrada do College of Arms em Londres; no topo, o brasão real. O Colégio de Armas (ou Heralds' College, College of Arms, em inglês) em Londres, é uma das poucas autoridades remanescentes em heráldica na Europa. É o repositório oficial dos revestimentos de armas e origens da Inglaterra, de Gales, famílias do norte da Irlanda ...

  5. College of Arms, 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.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  6. The College of Arms is still the only official English authority for confirming the correctness of armorial ensigns — Arms, Crests, Supporters and Badges — claimed by descent from an armigerous ancestor, or for granting new ones to those who qualify for them.

  7. Since the re-incorporation in 1555 the College has consisted of thirteen officers of arms. Those officers of arms who make up the College of Arms are styled 'heralds in ordinary'.