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Illustrations:[edit]

Period:[edit]

Siebmacher Leaves.jpg Creatures eating leaves and objects sprouting leaves. Courtesy of Gunnvor silfrahar
Svenska Svenska medeltidsvapen by Jan Raneke Vol 2 Left to Right, Top to bottom: pg 645, pg 667 bottom, pg 667 top B, Pg 667 top A, pg 654, pg 655, pg 657, pg 666
P 645 - Johan Stefansson known 1358 and probably his brother Lars Stefansson pg 667 bottom - Sone Jönsson, known 1483-74 district chief Pg 667 top B - Axel Lagesen "in Nybölle" known 1445-56 that is associated with the arms labeled B. He may be the same as the Axel Lavessen from the next item. Pg 667 top A - Lave Jensens kin
Family documented with the help of a letter dated 1487 and arms attributed to Axel Lavesen painted in a fresco.
Arms A attributed to Axel Lavessen known ca 1480-1500.
pg 654 - this particular one - Anders Mikaelsson
ca 1400 to 1499. His seal was found ca 1860 in Lödöse where he likely lived but nothing is known of his family. pg 655 - this particular one - Håkan N.N. m.fl.
The arms belong to a Håkan with an unknown patronimic. Gravestone isn't dated but arms indicate up to 1450. There is a Håkan known in Habo Parish from 1339 but it is unknown if he is identical with this Håkan. Raneke cites Wie saying that Karin Pedersdtr bore these arms but where and when she lived is unknown. Pg 657 this particular one - Hässelholmsätten (ätten = kin)
associated with Torbern Laurisen known 1492-1501 pg 666 - this particular one - Lars Ragvaldsson
Name comes from a seal. There are 4 people that bore that name. The only one they can find information on is Laurens Ragwaldi known 1440-74 cannon


Oak Leaves:[edit]
Wriothesely_c1528_oakleaves-eagle-bendvoided.jpg NeustifterWappenbuch_mid16thC_oakleaf-complexfessline.jpg
Wriothesely Roll, c. 1528 (Oxford Guide plate 13), oak leaves on a chief, eagle between bendlets, courtesy of Bruce Draconarius Neustifter Wappenbuch - Virgil Raber, mid-16th century, oak leaf and interesting per-fess division, courtesy of Bruce Draconarius

Modern:[edit]

Pictorial Dictionary of SCA Heraldry (3rd edition):[edit]


Brickbat's Armorial Stash -[edit]

Pennsic Traceable Art :[edit]

[[2]] [holly] [ivy] [maple - page 1] [maple - page 2] [oak] [oak and fructed]


Other Sources:[edit]

Strawberry Leaves in Heraldry - [[3]]

Academy of St. Gabriel "Medieval Heraldry Archive" - [[4]] Archive of St. Gabriel reports - [[5]] Laurel Armory Articles - [[6]] Period Armorials


Precedents:[edit]

Precedents of the SCA College of Arms - [[7]] Morsulus Heralds Website - [[8]] (to search the LoARs and Precedents) Restatement Wiki - [[9]] (restatements of Precedents) Use the above links to be sure any precedents listed below haven't been superseded by newer precedents.

#x--Precedents:-Definition:Definition:[edit]

#x--Precedents:-Registerability:Registerability:[edit]

(Restricted, Reserved, SFPP, OOP)

#x--Precedents:-Conflict:Conflict:[edit]

January 2015: heart vs. seeblatt, Overturn of November 2004 ruling[edit]

As of the January 2015 LoAR, there is a DC between a heart and a seeblatt: "Hearts and seeblätter have not been shown to be artistic variants in period. Both charges were used in period heraldry but, as far as we know, they were not used interchangeably. Therefore, following our current standards, there is Distinct Change (DC) between the two types of charge. At the same time, a seeblatt must be recognizably a seeblatt: identifiability must be preserved, and having too small a cut-out will be grounds for return for blurring the distinction between the charges." [[[@http://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2015/01/15-01lar.html#396%7CKaterina atte Hagenes, 1/2015 LoAR, A-Trimaris]]]

October 2014 - maple vs. lady's mantle leaves:[edit]

#161Cassandra Hardwick. Name and device. Gules, a lady's mantle leaf argent. In commentary, Goutte d'Eau documented both elements to the same year in the same town, making this an excellent late period English name! This submission is clear of conflict with the protected important non-SCA badge for Canada (Tinctureless) A maple leaf. There is a DC for the change from a tinctureless to a tinctured design and another DC for the difference between a maple leaf and a lady's mantle leaf. http://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2014/10/14-10lar.html#161

March 2013 - lobed vs. unlobed:[edit]

#120Isylte Aron. Device. Per pale sable and vert, three elm leaves conjoined in annulo Or. Blazoned on the Letter of Intent as hawthorne leaves//, these leaves have a serrated edge but no lobes. The common hawthorn has lobes, but other species of hawthorn may or may not have lobes. These leaves more closely resemble nettle or elm leaves. As nettle leaves may be confused with the heraldic //nesselblatt//, we have chosen to reblazon this as //elm leaves. This device is not in conflict with the badge of Avine de Hert, (Fieldless) Three oak leaves conjoined in annulo Or. There is one DC for fieldlessness, and another DC for the change in type of leaf, from lobed to unlobed... http://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2013/04/13-04lar.html

August 2009 LoAR - oak vs holly:[edit]

"Prior Laurel precedent (December 1993 LoAR, p. 12) does not grant a CD between oak leaves and holly leaves." [2009 LoAR]

November 2004 LoAR - heart vs seeblatt - OVERTURNED, see above[edit]

"There is no CD for type between a heart and a seeblatt." [2004 LoAR]

March 2001 LoAR - blackthorn vs oak:[edit]

[an ivy leaf vert] This is clear of ... On a blackthorn leaf vert an increscent argent, and ... On an oak leaf vert a hand argent. In each case there is a CD for fieldlessness and the shape of the leaves is significantly different enough for there to be a second CD. [Isabel Ulfsdottir, [[10]], A-Middle] http://heraldry.sca.org/precedents/elsbeth/armory.html#LEAF

December 1999 LoAR - maple vs single-lobed:[edit]

There is a CD between a maple leaf and single-lobed leaves such as elm leaves and blackthorn leaves. [Runa Ragnarsdottir, [[11]], A-Caid] http://heraldry.sca.org/precedents/elsbeth/armory.html#LEAF

July 1992 LoAR - oak vs maple:[edit]

[Four oak leaves in cross// v. //four holly leaves conjoined in cross//] We have hitherto granted a CD for type of a single leaf: //oak leaf// vs. //maple leaf// (Karl the Meek and Mild), or //oak leaf// vs.//elm leaf (Siobhan O Riordain). But this is offset here by the identical motifs: the arrangement and conjoining in cross add to the visual similarity. [returned for visual conflict] (Anne Chavelle of Silver Oak, July, 1992, pg. 22) http://heraldry.sca.org/precedents/bruce/leaf.html


Identifiability:[edit]

#x--Precedents:-Collected Precedents:Collected Precedents:[edit]

Tenure of Elisabeth de Rossignol (May 2005 - July 2008) - [[12]] The 2nd Tenure of François la Flamme (October 2004 - May 2005) - [[13]] The Tenure of Shauna of Carrick Point (May 2004 - August 2004) - [Armory Precedents] The Tenure of François la Flamme (August 2001 - April 2004) - [Armory Precedents] The Tenure of Elsbeth Anne Roth (June 1999 - July 2001) - [Armory Precedents] The Tenure of Jaelle of Armida (June 1996 - June 1999) - [HTML Document] The 2nd Tenure of Da'ud ibn Auda (November 1993 - June 1996) - the 1st part (Nov 1993 - June 1994) and the 2nd part (July 1994 - June 1996) The Tenure of Bruce Draconarius of Mistholme (June 1992 - October 1993) - [precedents] The 1st Tenure of Da'ud ibn Auda (June 1990 - June 1992) - the 1st year (June 1990 - June 1991) and the 2nd year (July 1991 - June 1992) The Tenure of Alisoun MacCoul of Elphane (September 1986 - June 1990) - [Precedents] The Tenure of Baldwin of Erebor (August 1984 - August 1986) - [HTML Document] The Tenure of Wilhelm von Schlüssel (August 1979 - August 1984) - [Precedents] The Tenure of Karina of the Far West (December 1975 - June 1979) - [Precedents] The Early Days (June 1971 - June 1975) - [Precedents]


In the Ordinary:[edit]

(includes blatt, leaves, linden leaf, oak leaf, seeblatt)