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Ranulf de Gemon, 4th Earl of Chester

Ranulf de Gemon, 4th Earl of Chester

Main Gate of Buckingham Palace in London, England.  The three lions are England, the lion rampant is Scotland and the harp is Ireland.  And once again, the UK leaves out Wales.  Could've easily put in a dragon instead of the second triple lions, but nooo.

Main Gate of Buckingham Palace in London, England. The three lions are England, the lion rampant is Scotland and the harp is Ireland. And once again, the UK leaves out Wales. Could've easily put in a dragon instead of the second triple lions, but nooo.

Heritage Of Scotland "In the days when flags and banners were important to identify opposing elements in battle, King William I "the Lion" who lived from 1143 to 1214, adopted a heraldic device showing a rampant lion, the king of beasts, rearing up with three paws stretched out. This became the royal coat of arms in Scotland.

Heritage Of Scotland "In the days when flags and banners were important to identify opposing elements in battle, King William I "the Lion" who lived from 1143 to 1214, adopted a heraldic device showing a rampant lion, the king of beasts, rearing up with three paws stretched out. This became the royal coat of arms in Scotland.

Queen Anne (Boleyn) consort of King Henry VIII from 1532 Arms of England; impaling: Quarterly of six, 1: England and a label of France (Duchy of Lancaster); 2: France ancient and a label gules (Anjou-Naples); 3: Gules a lion passant gardant or (Aquitaine); 4: Quarterly, i and iv: Or, a chief indented azure (Butler); ii and iii: Argent a lion rampant sable crowned gules (Rochford); 5: England and a label argent (Thomas of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk). Most of the arms, no relation to her.

Queen Anne (Boleyn) consort of King Henry VIII from 1532 Arms of England; impaling: Quarterly of six, 1: England and a label of France (Duchy of Lancaster); 2: France ancient and a label gules (Anjou-Naples); 3: Gules a lion passant gardant or (Aquitaine); 4: Quarterly, i and iv: Or, a chief indented azure (Butler); ii and iii: Argent a lion rampant sable crowned gules (Rochford); 5: England and a label argent (Thomas of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk). Most of the arms, no relation to her.

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