Part 1 (no 209)
- Heraldry and the medieval gentlewoman. By Maurice Keen (pp. 1-8, with plates 1 and 2).
- John Dee’s crest, and arms in his ‘Mathematical Preface’. By Alistair Kwan (pp. 9-13, with plate 3).
- Signets and scutcheons: James I and the union of the crowns. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 15-21, with plate 4).
- The heraldic legacy of Sir Isaac Heard. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 23-36, with plates 5 and 6).
- A confusion of arms: the shield of the Worshipful Company of Brewers of the City of London. By Terence Paul Smith (pp. 37-46, with plate 7).
- The heraldic funeral. By Julian Litten (pp. 47-67, with plate 8).
- Rabbow, Neues braunschweigisches Wappenbuch. By J. Michael Phillips (p. 68).
- The foundation of the Court of Chivalry. By John Campbell-Kease (pp. 69-70).
Part 2 (no 210)
- Tudor enigmas. By Peter Gwynn-Jones (pp. 73-104, with plates 1 and 2).
- A gift from Robert Glover: BL Ms Egerton 3789, fo. 25r-32r. By Douglas Arden (pp. 105-16).
- Kinship and heraldry in 16th-century South Tyrol. By Gustav Pfeifer (pp. 117-43, with plates 3, 4, 5 and 6).
- Heraldic jurisdiction in the Commonwealth. By Noel Cox (pp. 145-62).
- Editing rolls of arms: some reflections on basic principles (Fécamp, La visitation du Pays de Caux, and McAndrew, The Balliol Roll). By John A. Goodall (pp. 163-6, with plate 7).
- Heralds in the new DNB (part I). By Jackson W. Armstrong (pp. 167-72).