Emblems

In some heraldic traditions (such as the Scottish and the English), an individual (rather than a family) possesses a coat of arms. In those traditions, coats of arms were passed from father to son as legal property, and were not used by more than a single individual at the same time (other than the eldest son and his eldest son both of whom would differentiate with a label). Other children in these families would only use a form of their father's arms that were differenced with a change to a color or addition of a distinguishing charge once they obtained specific approval. In Scotland the Lord Lyon has criminal jurisdiction to enforce the laws of arms.

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