Grant of Arms

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*Note: Many Kingdoms by custom use the title of Lordship, Ladyship or The Honorable Lord/Lady, often abbreviated to THL, but this is not part of the Society description of the award.
*Note: Many Kingdoms by custom use the title of Lordship, Ladyship or The Honorable Lord/Lady, often abbreviated to THL, but this is not part of the Society description of the award.
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The only official writing on this subject appears in a "Laurel Cover Letter" of October 1981 (
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(''I received a number of good suggestions concerning holders of Grants of Arms. In addition to the collar they may already wear, they will have the form of address of "Your Lordship" or "Your Ladyship." When written to or referred to in the third person, they will be "The Honourable Lord X" or "The Honourable Lady Y." All of these are period forms that will help distinguish a Grantholder from an Awardholder''.
==Token/Regalia==
==Token/Regalia==

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Those who have been of exceptional service to the East Kingdom may receive a Grant of Arms from the crown. Most commonly, a Grant of Arms accompanies a Territorial or Court Barony.

Titles

  • Lord/Lady
  • Note: Many Kingdoms by custom use the title of Lordship, Ladyship or The Honorable Lord/Lady, often abbreviated to THL, but this is not part of the Society description of the award.

The only official writing on this subject appears in a "Laurel Cover Letter" of October 1981 (

(I received a number of good suggestions concerning holders of Grants of Arms. In addition to the collar they may already wear, they will have the form of address of "Your Lordship" or "Your Ladyship." When written to or referred to in the third person, they will be "The Honourable Lord X" or "The Honourable Lady Y." All of these are period forms that will help distinguish a Grantholder from an Awardholder.

Token/Regalia

  • No regalia.

Other Information

Grant of Arms at Cunnan Wiki


Awards of the East Kingdom
Society Awards: Award of Arms, Grant of Arms, Court Barony, Chivalry, Laurel, Pelican, Royal Peerage, Rose

Orders of High Merit: Golden Rapier, Maunche, Sagittarius, Silver Crescent, Tygers Combattant
Orders of Honor: Artemis, Burdened Tyger, Gawain, Golden Mantle, King's Order of Excellence, Queen's Order of Courtesy, Silver Rapier, Tyger's Cub, Terpsichore, Troubadours
Other Awards: Blue Tyger Legion, East Kingdom Augmentation of Arms, Golden Lyre, King's Cypher, King's Esteem of Merit, King's Order of the Tyger of Valor, Queen's Cypher, Queen's Honour of Distinction, Royal Augmentation of Arms, Tyger of Foreign Legions, Tyger of the East
Closed: Fatima, Guardsman, Pheon
Other Information: Customs & Traditions

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