escallop

[ e-skol-uh p, e-skal- ]SEE DEFINITION OF escallop

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St. James the Greater has the escallop shell and staff of the pilgrim.

In conjunction with fish we may perhaps consider the Escallop which, as a charge, belongs to the earliest period of Heraldry.

But that cockleshell he stamped his shillings with—follow me—it was an escallop, and a mint-mark for that very year of Elizabeth.

Four fusils in fess, each charged with an escallop (Cheney).

On the western side are the rose and escallop shell, badges of the Dacres and Nevilles.

Gardens are sometimes bordered with escallop shells, which are neat enough but seem rather out of place among flowers.

The badge of the Lords Dacre was an escallop united to a ragged staff, as in the margin.

Per pale sable and or, a cheveron between three escallop shells, all counterchanged.

Gules, four fusils in fess or, each charged with an escallop sable (Cheney).

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