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Poster: Mark Schuldenfrei <schuldy@abel.MATH.HARVARD.EDU>
>A delf is a square. Vert a delf or means "Green, a gold square"
I thought it was a rectangle -- at one point I was thinking about canting
arms with a pun on my name, von Kleinfeld -- argent, on a delf vert a garb
proper (small field, eh?). When I saw your blazon, I thought "Green with a
Dexter, while it would be funny or appropriate, a billet is a rectangle, and a
delf is a square.
Doesn't Kleinfeld mean "beautiful field"? In which case, you might consider
ermine. Or argent, seme of <TV Star>. (:-)
Tibor (A goldbrick indeed! :-)
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