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Roll of grants of arms and crests -- Tudor Roll of arms, by Sir Thomas Wrythe (alias Wriothesley, son of John) (Garter King of Arms, 1505-34), ca 1528. -- http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tudor_Roll_of_arms,_Sir_Thomas_Wriothesley.png More

Points of an escutcheon or heraldic shield: A – Chief; B – Dexter; C – Sinister; D – Base; E – Dexter Chief; F – Middle Chief; G – Sinister Chief; H – Honour Point I – Fess Point; J – Nombril Point; K – Dexter Base; L – Sinister Base; M – Middle Base (seldom used) --- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escutcheon_%28heraldry%29