- Heraldry Society of Scotland
The Heraldry Society of Scotland was founded in
1977with the objective of promoting the study of heraldryand encouraging its correct use in Scotlandand overseas.
The Society encourages people to join whether they have their own
Arms, intend to procure Arms, or have a general interest in Scottish Heraldry. The membership is made up of people from around the globe with many meeting regularly in the Society's very active on-line Community Forum.
Meetings are held several times during the year for lectures or visits to places of historic and heraldic interest, both in Scotland and in other countries.
The Society is privileged to number many of Her Majesty's Officers of Arms among its members and a close liaison is maintained with the
Court of the Lord Lyon. The Society's current President is Charles Burnett, Esq., Ross Herald. The Society also participated, in conjunction with the Scottish Genealogy Society, in the planning of the XXVIIth International Congress of Genealogical and Heraldic Scienceswhich was convened in St Andrewsin August 2006.
The Heraldry Society publishes a quarterly quality A4 sized colour newsletter entitled "Tak Tent", and an annual booklet (100pp) of essays entitled "The Double Tressure" (ISSN|0-141-237-X). The current (2007) editor of both is Professor James D. Floyd.
American Heraldry Society
Committee on Heraldry of the New England Historic Genealogical Society
The Heraldry Society
Royal Heraldry Society of Canada
* [http://www.heraldry-scotland.co.uk The Heraldry Society of Scotland]
* [http://www.lyon-court.com/ The Court of the Lord Lyon]
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