This item was on the 04-2017 LoAR
1: Asgertha Ryland of Buchanan - Resub Badge
OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in December of 1990, via the Middle.
(Fieldless) in fess a monkey rampant sable collared and chained argent and a sea catamount sable tailed vert maintaining in its paw the monkey's chain
This badge was returned on the March 2016 LoAR for the following reasons..
The previous submission can be seen at:
This badge is returned for multiple reasons. Blazoned as a sea catamount, the upright charge was generally identified as a sea-bear and we are returning this submission so the submitter can have, after redraw, the charge she desires.
Additionally, no evidence was provided for the admixture of postures for animate charges in this arrangement. On resubmission, the submitter should provide documentation to support this arrangement, specifically addressing the unity of posture and orientation issues with this design as the September 2012 Cover Letter states:
For purposes of the unity of posture clause of A3D2c, sea-creatures and other similar monsters must be in as similar a posture as possible to any quadrupeds in the same group. Sea-creatures and other monsters not formed from quadrupeds will be decided on a case by case basis. So for example, a lion-dragon passant and a horse passant has no unity of posture problem since both are passant, whereas a sea-horse and a lion statant does have a unity of posture problem, as a sea-horse's default posture is erect, which is not identical to statant.
We believe that this redraw addresses these issues.