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Glengarry527 Jun 2020 12:00 a.m. PST

Awhile ago I came across a knight who's heraldic emblem was a house cat rampant. I believe he was Danish (or possibly German) I have a figure painted up for him but I lost track of the name. Does this ring a bell?

Personal logo Herkybird Supporting Member of TMP27 Jun 2020 2:16 a.m. PST

Possibly this one?

cats of arms Scheibler Armorial, Germany ca. 1450-1480 München, BSB, Cod.icon. 312 c, p. 44

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GildasFacit Sponsoring Member of TMP27 Jun 2020 4:15 a.m. PST

The pose is 'Passant Guardant' not 'Rampant' & the crest is 'Sejant Guardant'.

English heraldry has a 'Cat-a-Mountain' (rare) but no domestic moggy. The difference seems to be that the Cat-a-Mountain is bearing its teeth.

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