Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Rylands Collection
Image Number:
JRL060435cb
Image Title:
King James I of Scotland coat of arms
Parent Work Title:
Scottish Armorial
Date Created:
16th century
Page/Sheet:
37r
Image Sequence Number:
037r
Reference Number:
English MS 4
Previous Accession Number:
Crawford 11
Language:
eng-GB
Description:
Coat of arms of King James I of Scotland: Scotland impaling: Quarterly: 1st and 4th Azure, three fleurs-de-lis Or (France) 2nd and 3rd Gules, three lions passant guardant Or (England); the four quarters within a bordure compony Argent and Azure. The manuscript has been partially destroyed by fire.
Subject:
Heraldry
Subject:
Nobility
Type:
Image
Type:
Text
Category of Material:
Archives & Manuscripts
Sub-Category:
Artwork
Technique Used:
Painting
Support:
Paper
Time Period Covered:
16th Century CE
Places Covered:
Scotland
People Covered:
James I, King of Scotland (1394-1437)
Item Height:
320 mm
Item Width:
180 mm
Current Repository:
The University of Manchester Library, U.K.
Previous Repository:
Bibliotheca Lindesiana
Rights Holder - Image:
The University of Manchester Library
Rights holder - Work:
JRUL
Date Captured:
2006-02-09
Image Creation Technique:
Copibook scanned
Metadata Language:
eng-GB
Date Image Added:
2006-03

King James I of Scotland coat of arms