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Lumley of France

 
Amaury de Lumley wrote: "The down left and top right quarters are identical and seem to be the representation of the arms of the Lumley of Scarborough. The two other quarters represent a standing gold lion on a purple background. In the top part of these two quarters, a narrow sand color strip shows a green scallop shell surrounded by two "laid" crescent of moon.


Lumley of France


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