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Description Royal Arms of the Kingdom of Scotland from 1559 to 1560, used by Mary, Queen of Scots and Queen consort of France
Date 26 July 2010
Source Own work; for a contemporaneous example of the impaled arms of France and Scotland, see a Scottish testoon of 1560
Author Sodacan
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