Salamander Pursuivant’s Report, 2020-06

Posted on June 9, 2020 By

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Heraldic Submissions

If you have submitted an item to the College for review via another consulting herald, please let me know what name you are submitting it under so that the progress of your items can be included on future versions of this report.


From the Eastern Internal Letter of Intent (ILoI) – This letter includes all new names and devices that have been submitted to the Eastern College of Heralds in the last month. It takes about two months for items to reach the next stage, the Eastern Letter of Decision.

May 2020:

— I did not immediately recognize any of the items on this letter as belonging to members of the Barony.

From the Eastern Letter of Decision (LoD) – This letter reports what items will be forwarded to Laurel to be decided on and what will be returned to the submitter for more work. It takes about six more months for submissions to reach the next stage, the Laurel Letter of Acceptances and Returns.

May 2020: 

— Aurelia Alfaiata d’Alcaçova device (Per chevron sable and vert, a chevron ermine between two pairs of needles in saltire and an owl maintaining a carnation slipped and leaved Or) has been forwarded on to Laurel.


From the Laurel Letter of Acceptances and Returns (LoAR) – This letter says what items have been accepted by SCA’s College of Arms and what has been returned to the submitter unregistered.

March 2020:

— Scolastica Capellaria’s name and device (Per bend sinister gules and azure, a drawn bow reversed with arrow nocked and a unicorn couchant contourny regardant argent) have been accepted.


If you are currently unsure of the status of your name or device, please contact me at and I will provide you with an update.


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Ragna Grímólfsdóttir

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