Lecture by Martin Davies, Hon FHS, Liveryman Scriveners’ Company, Clerk to the Worshipful Company of Fan MakersFind Out More
The Heraldry Society holds a series of public lectures, from September to May each year. These are on a variety of heraldic subjects and are open to the public. Normally the lectures are held at 6.30pm at The Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 0BE.
Each year The Heraldry Society holds a lunch to celebrate the anniversary of its founding. This is normally held at the RAF Club on Piccadilly.
Every 2 years the Society organises a 2-3 day Congress at a University with lectures and visits on a particular heraldic theme. Check out the Congress pages for more information.
The visit will reveal the Arms, Royal Charters, and Pewter Collections that tell the story of over five hundred years of this ancient craft, from 1348 to 2018. (Flier in June 2018 mailing)Find Out More
Lecture by Patric Dickinson, Clarenceux King of ArmsFind Out More
Lecture by Dr Joseph J Morrow CBE QC LLD, Rt Hon. Lord Lyon King of ArmsFind Out More
Lecture by David White MA, Somerset Herald of ArmsFind Out More
The Heraldic Traditions of the Knights of the Order of St. John (Balley Brandenburg) and the Church of the Order in Sonnenburg
Lecture by Professor Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard PhD MA MSc FRHistS, University of CopenhagenFind Out More
Principal Guest: TBCFind Out More
Lecture by Dr Duncan SutherlandFind Out More
The Constance Egan Lecture: ‘To prove their kindred here’: Irish heraldry and identity in the eighteenth century
Lecture by Colette O’Flaherty, Chief Herald of Ireland and Keeper of Special Collections, National Library of IrelandFind Out More
The Supporters of the Peers of England in New York, Morgan Library, ms MA 3318: An Early Elizabethan Armorial of the Peerage
Lecture by Professor D’Arcy J D Boulton UE MStJ BA Hons (Toronto) MA PhD (Penn) DPhil (Oxon) FRHSC FSA AIH ICOC; Professor Emeritus of History and Medieval Studies, University of Notre Dame; Adjunct Professor of Divinity, Trinity College, University of Toronto; Editor, Alta Studia Heraldica, The Scholarly Journal of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada, and Vice-Dean and Registrar of the College of Fellows of that SocietyFind Out More