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The New MCS Banner

 
Medieval Combat Society Heraldic Banner

In May 2005 the Medieval Combat Society (MCS) van was stolen from its storage place, a local Scout Hall. Contained within the van was all the kit necessary to perform the medieval display, such as Medieval backdrop, PA system, generator, armour, swords, maces and axes and Medieval banners.

The reenactment world stepped in to help and showed that opposite to the bad people of this world there are some extremely good people. We would especially like to thank Dan of Britannia http://www.durolitum.co.uk/ for their immediate offer of a free replacement van.

Within a few weeks the van was recovered minus its contents and the van from Britannia was passed on to the Oxford Household who are members of the Wars of the Roses Federation, after theirs was similarly stolen, and were very grateful for a replacement, something that we were glad to help and to be able to pass on the generosity of Britannia.

 

 

Gerald the Herald of Armis Heraldics on hearing of the plight of the Medieval Combat Society promised to make a new banner and has produced a stunning new banner for the Medieval Combat Society.

The new banner was presented to Julie Borthwick, president of the Medieval Combat Society at the February 2007 Living History Fayre.

Medieval Combat Society Heraldry

 
MCS Heraldry

Pictured Left are Julie Borthwick and Gerald Ye Herald in front of his stand at the Living History Fayre. Gerald is the manufacturer of high quality banners and shields, richly decorated in heraldic designs all made to order.

The Medieval Combat Society hereby thank Gerald Ye Herald for his hugely generous donation of a banner for the Medieval Combat Society.

Please click on the below logos to go to Gerald Ye Heralds website and see further images of his work. Gerald Ye Herald has been making banners and shields for the reenactment and film industry for many years and is recommended if you want a good quality banner.

Armis Heraldics

Armis Heraldics

 

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