(urth) flying ship

matthew at calmeilles.co.uk matthew at calmeilles.co.uk
Mon Dec 3 04:05:55 PST 2007

jwilson at io.com wrote:
> Perhaps the notion of a ship with no waterline would apply. in part. If 
> the ship appears above the rose and the fountain, with the entire hull 
> visible, it might seem to be flying above the other two.

What are people thinking when it says "fountain" here?  An heraldic fountain is a bit odd.

For example the arms of Runcorn

Or on a Base barry wavy of four Azure and Argent a Lymphad proper flying Flags and Pennon of St. George and the sail also Azure charged with a Garb Gold on a Chief Gules two Flaying Knives in saltire proper handles Or between as many Fountains.



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