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Atenveldt Submissions (excerpted from the S.C.A. College of Arms' Letters of Acceptance and Return)

The following submissions were registered by the S.C.A. Collge of Arms, September 2012:

Arthur O'Flaherty. Transfer of badge to Sundragon, Barony of. Or, on a sun gules a dragon contourny argent, a bordure gules.

Brenn of Armagh. Reblazon of device. Per saltire sable and azure, a mullet of four points argent within an annulet Or.

Blazoned when registered in July 1974 as Per saltire sable and azure, within an annulet Or a mullet of four points argent, ridged sable, we are clarifying that this is a primary mullet and secondary annulet.

Caitríona inghean Fhaoláin mhic Gearóid. Device. Per bend sinister engrailed gules and azure, a serpent nowed Or and a rapier bendwise sinister argent.

Ered Sûl, Barony of. Order name Order of the Gilded Annulet and badge. Azure, on a mountain of three peaks vert, fimbriated and snow-capped argent, an annulet Or.

The motif of a mountain of three peaks vert, fimbriated and snow-capped argent is grandfathered to this group.

Heinrekr hinn þormóði. Name and device. Ermine, a boar rampant within an orle gules.

Nice device!

Sanchia Allain. Name and device. Per bend sinister purpure and Or, a hare salient counterchanged.

Sundragon, Barony of. Acceptance of badge transfer from Arthur O'Flaherty. Or, on a sun gules a dragon contourny argent, a bordure gules.

Thora Thumb Dragon. Name.

The submitter requested authenticity for the Viking era. This name does not meet that request, as it mixes a Norse given name with English bynames. However, it is registerable. The mix of Norse and English is a step from period practice under the Rules for Submissions; it is an allowable lingual mix under Appendix C of the Standards for Evaluation.

The following submissions were returned by the College of Arms for future work, September 2012:

Aonghas Mac Faoláin. Device (see PENDS for name). Per pale and per chevron purpure and Or, three bull's heads cabossed counterchanged.

Blazoned on the Letter of Intent as sable, the submission form was actually painted with purple paint; the blazon on the form also had purpure, not sable.

This device is returned for a redraw, for violating the guidelines set forth on the May 2011 Cover Letter for a properly drawn per chevron field division; the field division here is too low. Please see that Cover Letter for further discussion and details of how to properly draw per chevron lines of division.

The following submission was pended by the College of Arms for further input, September 2012:

Aonghas Mac Faoláin.

The Letter of Intent gave the authenticity request as "15th century." The submitter, however, made an authenticity request for "15th century Scotland." As commenters did not address whether the name elements were appropriate for Scotland, this must be pended for further research.

This was item 1 on the Atenveldt letter of June 25, 2012.

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