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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. College of Arms, December 2014:

Beverly FitzAlan de Stirkelaunde. Badge. (Fieldless) A pigeon maintaining a lily slipped argent.

The submitter has permission to conflict with the badge of Branwen le Baxtere, (Fieldless) A raven argent maintaining a stalk of wheat fesswise Or, and with the badge of Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn, Per chevron argent and vert, in base a falcon close argent.

This badge is not in conflict with the badge of Catherine Townson, (Fieldless) A popinjay argent. There is a DC for fieldlessness, and a DC for the difference between a popinjay and a pigeon.

Duncan Saint Claire of Atenveldt. Name change from holding name James of Atenveldt.

Atenveldt is the registered name of an SCA branch.

Kaththea of the Citadel, the Daft. Reblazon of device. Azure, a fess invected on its lower edge and in chief a goose volant argent.

Blazoned when registered in April 1973 as Azure, above a fess abased and engrailed on its lower edge, a snow goose argent, the fess here is not particularly abased, the fess is invected not engrailed, and the posture of the goose is not specified.

Wulfhere Forloren. Reblazon of device. Sable, in fess two dolphins haurient contourny argent.

Blazoned when registered in June 1988 as Sable, in fess two dolphins, haurient embowed and sinister facing, argent, the dolphins here are embowed-counterembowed, which is now the default for dolphins.

Ynir Cadwallen. Reblazon of device. Azure, a roundel échancré and in base a bar Or.

Blazoned when registered in January 1973 as Azure, above a fess abased a roundel echancree two and one forming three axe-heads conjoined, all Or, the roundel échancré here is the primary charge. The mention of axe-heads was apparently just to describe a roundel échancré. This does not conflict with axe-heads.

There were no returned submissions by the College of Arms, December 2014.

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