Part 1 (no 219)
- Representations of courtship and marriage in the Salisbury Rolls. By Susan Crane (pp. 1-15, with plates 1, 2 and 3).
- Visitation instructions 1634. By Peter O’Donoghue (pp. 17-22).
- The Hearth Tax and the pre-Great Fire home of the heralds. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 23-5).
- The armorial plaques in the Royal Salop Infirmary. By Janet Verasanso (pp. 27-35, with plate 4).
- Stevenson (ed.), The Herald in Late Medieval Europe. By Emma Cavell (pp. 37-9).
- Good, The Cult of St George in Medieval England. By Cindy Wood (pp. 39-41).
- Herendeen, William Camden: a life in context. By Adrian Ailes (pp. 41-2).
- Popoff, Toscane (hors Florence). By Clive Cheesman (pp. 42-4).
Part 2 (no 220)
- The court of Henry II of England in the 1180s, and the office of King of Arms. By David Crouch (pp. 47-55).
- Petticoat heraldry. By Bruce McAndrew (pp. 57-64, with plates 1 and 2).
- Some aspects of the ‘crisis of heraldry’. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 65-80, with plates 3 and 4).
- Municipal heraldry in Fascist Italy: the case of the Bozen civic arms (1926-1943). By Gustav Pfeifer (pp. 81-100, with plates 5, 6 and 7).