- A maunch
(from the French manche
"sleeve") is a heraldic charge representing
with a wide pendulous
cuff, as was fashionable...
at Dubna Khimki railway bridge Khimkinsky
, C Zeller, T (2008) Rivers
in History: Perspectives
- called, from the Gaelic, a lymphad. Also frequent
and oars. The maunch
is a 12th-century lady's sleeve
style. Its use in heraldry arose
Arms of Hastings: Argent, a maunch sable Creation
date 1065 (first creation) 1529 (current creation) Monarch Edward
- his deceased cousin
the Earl of Pembroke: Quarterly, 1st and 4th: Or, a maunch gules
(Hastings); 2nd and 3rd: Barry
and azure, an orle of martlets...
- Arms of de Tosny: Argent, a maunch
in the 13th century...
- battle Buckles
in a variety
even in the form of a heart. The maunch
is a lady's stylized
sleeve. Spurs. chamber
pots Chess rooks
- six argent
in chief three torteaux
(Grey); 2nd and 3rd: Or, a maunch gules
(Hastings) quartering Barry
an orle of martlets...
- Arms of Henry
de Hastings: Or, a maunch
gules, from the Collins
Roll, also appears
in Glover's Roll, B150; The Camden
Roll, D139 & Charles' Roll, F77...
- enflamed Proper
a rod of Aesculapius
Per pale Or and Azure
a maunch counterchanged
on a chief
of the first
a lion p****ant also Azure. Supporters...