File:Hyghalmen Roll Late 1400s.jpg
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English: The German Hyghalmen Roll from the late fifteenth century. This roll is currently in the possession of the College of Arms after it was given to them by Thomas Benolt, former Clarenceux King of Arms, its previous owner.
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