Abouttés

Abouttés

In heraldry, Abouttés is the position of charges joined by the ends, united in the center of the shield.     heraldry.historyroad.info ©2008-2010 Abouttés, (fr.) With the ends united in the center, e.g. of four ermines.  See Cross of Four Ermines. A Glossary...
Anserated Cross

Anserated Cross

A very rare term used to describe a cross terminating in the heads on some animal. The type of animal should be noted in the blazon.

Daniels Family Crest

Can you let me know whether the Daniels family had or has a family crest or coat of arms? If so, do you have a sketch of such?

Ant

Ant

The “Ant” or more traditionally “Emmet” are rarely met with in heraldry. When they are used as a charge on a coat armor they are shown tergiant.