|FIG. 271.--Shield, helmet, and crest of Edward the Black Prince suspended over his tomb in Canterbury Cathedral.|
|FIG. 272.||FIG. 273.||FIG. 274.|
|FIG. 275.--Arms of Strange and Talbot. (From a design for a banner.)|
|FIG. 277.--Lions. (Drawn by Mr. J. Forbes Nixon.)|
|FIG. 278.--Lion passant guardant. (By Mr. 0. Scruby.)||FIG. 279.--Lion rampant. (By Mr. G. Scruby.)|
|FIG. 280.--Lion rampant and lion statant guardant, by Mr. G. W. Eve. (From "Decorative Heraldry.")||FIG. 281.--Lion statant, lion passant guardant, and lion passant regardant, by Mr. G. W. Eve. (From "Decorative Heraldry."|
|FIG. 282.--A lion rampant.(By Miss Helard.)||FIG. 283.--A lion rampant.(By Miss Helard.)|
|FIG. 284.--Lion rampant.||FIG. 285.--Lion rampant guardant.||FIG. 286.--Lion rampant regardant.|
|FIG. 287.--Lion rampant double queued.||FIG. 288.--Lion rampant queue-fourché.||FIG. 289.--Lion rampant, tail nowed.|
|FIG. 290.--Lion rampant, tail elevated and turned over its head.||FIG. 291.--Lion rampant, with two heads.||FIG. 292.--Tricorporate lion.|
|FIG. 293.--Lion coward.|
|FIG. 294.--Armorial bearings of Alexander Charles Richards Maitland, Esq.: Or, a lion rampant gules, couped in all his joints of the field, within a double tressure flory and counter-flory azure, a bordure engrailed ermine. Mantling gules and or. Crest: upon a wreath of his liveries, a lion sejant erect and affronté gules, holding in his dexter paw a sword proper, hilted and pommelled gold, and in his sinister a fleur-de-lis argent. Motto: "Consilio et animis."|
*1 Arms of Sandwich: Party per pale gules and azure, three demi-lions passant guardant or, conjoined to the hulks of as many ships argent.Lion statant.--The distinction between a lion passant and a lion statant is that the lion statant has all four paws resting upon the ground. The two forepaws are usually placed together (Fig. 300). Whilst but seldom met with as a charge upon a shield, the lion statant is by no means rare as a crest.
*2 Arms of Hastings: Party per pale gules and azure, a lion passant guardant or, between in chief and in base a lion passant guardant or, dimidiated with the hulk of a ship argent.
*3 Arms of Ramsgate: Quarterly gules and azure, a cross parted and fretty argent between a horse rampant of the last in the first quarter, a demi-lion passant guardant of the third conjoined to the hulk of a ship or in the second, a dolphin naiant proper in the third, and a lymphad also or in the fourth. Crest: a naval crown or, a pier-head, thereon a lighthouse, both proper. Motto: "Salus naufragis salus ægris."
*4 Arms of Yarmouth: Party per pale gules and azure, three demi-lions passant guardant or, conjoined to the bodies of as many herrings argent. Motto: "Rex et nostra jura."
|FIG. 295.--Two lions rampan combatant.||FIG. 296.--Lion passant||FIG. 297.--Lion passant guardant.|
|FIG. 298.--Lion passant regardant.||FIG. 299.--Lion passant guard. dimidiated with the hulk of a ship.||FIG. 300.--Lion statant.|
|FIG. 301.--Lion statant tail extended.||FIG. 302.--Lion statant guardant.||FIG. 303.--Lion salient.|
|FIG. 304.--Lion sejant.||FIG. 305.--Lion sejant guardant.||FIG. 306.--Lion sejant regardant.|
|FIG. 307.--Lion sejant erect.||FIG. 308.--Lion sejant guardant erect.||FIG. 309.--Lion sejant regardant erect.|
|FIG. 310.--Arms of Sebastian Schärtlin von Burtenbach.||FIG. 311.--Lion couchant.||FIG. 312.--Lion dormant.|
|FIG. 313.--Winged lion.||FIG. 314.--Sea lion.||FIG. 315.--Man-Lion.|
|FIG. 316.--Arms of Richard of Conisburgh, Earl of Cambridge. (From. MS. Cott., Julius C. vii.)|
|FIG. 317.--Arms of Bohemia, from the "Pulver Turme" at Prague. (Latter half of the fiteenth century.|
|FIG. 318.--A demi-lion rampant.||FIG. 319.--A demi-lion passant.||FIG. 320.--A lion's head couped.|
|FIG. 321.--A lion's face.|