Civic Heraldry Literature - South Africa

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Heraldic literature

This page shows the sources used, or to be used, on the South African part of the site Heraldry of the World. Not all the information from the literature mentioned below has been added to the site yet. If you require information from one of the sources below, please contact me.

I am always looking more more, local, literature, such as newspaper articles etc. If you want to donate these, please send them as pdf or contact me !

Posters, websites, mails/letters, stamps, postcards, maps and similar sources are not included. For an overview of heraldic picture albums, tobacco cards, trade cards, stamps etc, see here)

Books and references

(Some articles are from ARMA, the Quartely Bulletin of the Heraldic Society of Southern Africa/Kwartaalblad van die Heraldiese Genootschap van Suidelike Afrika, a bulletin issued non-regularly and with consecutive numbering from the first issue, 1959; therefore just the page numbers are given for this journal)

  1. Anonymous : The arms of Cape Town. Genealogical Magazine 4(1900)156-160.
  2. Anonymous : The armorial bearings of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope. Genealogical Magazine 4(1900)184-187.
  3. Anonymous : Cape Town's arms. The Argus, June 14, 1974.
  4. Anonymous : Goodword's coat of arms. ARMA 181-182.
  5. Anonymous : Arms of Virginia. ARMA 718-729.
  6. Anonymous : Homeland emblems strike a symbolic note. The Star June 20, 1975.
  7. Anonymous : Staatsimbole van KwaZulu. Informa, april 1985.
  8. Bodel : J.D. : The coat of arms and other heraldic symbols of the city of Pretoria. ARMA p. 1989-2003.
  9. Bodel, J.D. : Trek or transport ? - The wagon in the South African National arms. ARMA 2063-2066.
  10. Brownell, F.G. : Finnish influence on South African heraldic design. In Proceedings of the 16th International congress of genealogical and heraldic sciences. Helsinki, 1986, p. 265-273
  11. Brownell, F.G. : Heraldic adaptation in the Southern African context. In : Proceedings of the 20th International congress of genealogical and heraldic sciences. Stockholm, 1996, p131-148.
  12. Za-004.books.jpg Brownell, F.G. : Nasionale en provinsiale simbole en flora en fauna-embleme van die Republiek van Suid-Afrika. Van Rendsbug Publichers, Johannesburg, 1993, 96 p. ISBN 0-86846-075-3.
  13. Za-003.books.jpg Brownell, F.G. : National and provincial symbols and flora and fauna emblems of the Republic of South Africa. Van Rendsbug Publichers, Johannesburg, 1993, 95 p. ISBN 0-86846-074-5.
  14. Evans, S. : Seals and coat of arms of the city of Durban. ARMA 1563-1574.
  15. Godée Molsbergen, E.C. : Hoe de Oranje-Vrijstaters hun vlag en wapen kregen. Onze Eeuw 11(1911)4:72-98
  16. Za-001.books.jpg Joubert, J. Les armoiries de la République Sud-Africaine. Paris, 1903, 39 p. No ISBN.
  17. Mitford-Barberton, I. : New municipal arms for Knysna. ARMA 179-180.
  18. Mitford-Barberton, I. : Kokstad municipal arms. ARMA 270-274.
  19. Nöthling, F.J. : Die ontwikkeling van die Brakpanse munisipale wapen 1920-1966. Contree : Tydskrif vir Suid-Afrikaanse stedelike streekgeskiedenis 10(1981)24-26.
  20. Pama, C. : Civic heraldry in greater Cape Town. ARMA 888-914.
  21. Pama, C. : Proposals for a coat of arms for the Orange River colony (1904). ARMA 1638-1643.
  22. Pama, C. : Toe voorgestel is dat Suid-Afrika 'n prinsdom sou word. Die Burgher 18-05-1961.
  23. Za-002.books.jpg Pama, C. : Lions and virgins. Cape Town-Pretoria, 1965. 133p.
  24. Pama, C. : Die Franse Revolusie en die boom van vryheid in ons Staatswapen. Die Burgher 14-07-1989.
  25. thoe Schwartzenberg en Hohenlansberg, G. W. C. D. baron : Nederlandse bemoeiingen met Vlag en Wapen der Oranje Vrijstaat. Nieuwe Drentsche Volksalmanak 68(1950)24-30.