OSCAR Kingdoms: Page for East

[ EAST Home | East Heraldry | East Submissions ]
[Æth|AnT|Anst|Arte|Aten|Atla|Avac|Calo|Drac|Eald|Glea|Loch|Meri|Midd|Nort|Outl|Trim]


EAST Home
East Heraldry
East Submissions

Name:

Password:

Create Account

MAIL ME my password.



SEARCH:

Actively
Commenting
only:
Include LoI Text:
Include Comments:
Type:

East ILoI dated 2013-10-25

Unto to the heralds of the East Kingdom and the Knowne Worlde, greetings and every good thing from Alys Eastern Crown.

I had some time on my hands for a change, so this letter is coming out a few days early. It represents the last of the Pennsic submissions along with non-Pennsic submissions received by me during August. We are on track to catch up to current submissions next month.

Commentary on this letter closes on December 1, 2013. Thank you for your hard work and commentary.

1: Akamatsu Katsumoto -New Name & New Device

Gules, three triangles one and two, on a chief Or a torii gate gules.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
Meaning (Red...) most important.

All name elements are documented from "Name Construction in Medieval Japan" by Solveig Throndardottir.

Akamatsu appears on pg. 159, dated to 1392 as a surname.

Katsumoto appears on pg. 217, dated to 1572 as a masculine nanori (first name).


2: Akamatsu Tora Katsumoto no shuma -New Name & New Device

Argent, on a bend azure two dragonflies argent.

The name is intended to mean "Akamatsu Tora, wife of Katsumoto". The submitter's husband is submitting Akamatsu Katsumoto. Pennsic Herald's Point did not obtain a letter attesting to the relationship and giving permission to presume. I have contacted the submitter's to obtain this letter.

Akamatsu is dated to 1392 as a surname in "Name Construction in Medieval Japan" by Solveig Throndardottir (2004 revised edition), p. 159.

Tora appears in NCMJ p. 386 s.n. To as a feminine given name. Two forms of this name (different kanji, both meaning tiger) appear; one is dated to 1600 and one to 1572.

Katsumoto appears in NCMJ p. 217 dated to 1572 as a masculine nanori (first name).

no shuma is the modern Japanese phrase for "wife of". We would appreciate assistance in dating an appropriate form to SCA period. According to Academy of Saint Gabriel Report 2627, a Japanese woman in 1239 was identified as "Yorisada's wife" in a legal document. <Yorisada> is a masculine nanori (given name) according NCMJ.

Correction (2013-Nov-04 19:11:23): The necessary letter of permission to presume has been supplied.


3: Alexandra Jacobsdochter -New Name

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No changes.

Alexandra is found in the IGI/Family Search:

Alexandra Von Lechnich married 1643 in Rheinland, Prussia batch M 66880-1
Alexandra Hagenbuch christened 1606 in Salzburg, Baden, Germany, batch C93427-1
Alexandra Leicht christened 1599 in Basel Switzerland, batch C73994-1

Jacob is also found in IGI/Family Search:

Jacob Van Achgeken married in 1624, Amsterdam, batch M 01225-2
Jacob Sijvetsz married in 1619, Amsterdam, batch M 01225-0
Jacob Bartels, married in 1588 Amsterdam batch M 01224-6

Regarding Dutch patronymics, SENA Appendix A states: "Bynames based on relationship can be formed with Latinized particles, or with their Dutch counterparts, such as . . . dochter .daughter' . . . (usually with the relative's name in the genitive case). Bynames of relationship are also formed with the father's name unmodified or placed in the genitive form." Based on Appendix A, Jacobsdochter appears to be a valid patronymic form.

In addition, Jacobsz.dochter is a patronymic surname dated to 1478 in "15th Century Dutch Names" by Aryanwhy merch Catmael (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/dutch/dutch15surnames.html)


4: Ansel d'Arceuil -New Name & New Device

Ansel d'Arceuil

Per fess argent and azure semy of caltrops Or, in chief a horse passant sable.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
No changes.

Ansel is found in Aryanhwy merch Catmael's "Names in the 1292 census of Paris" (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/french/1292paris.pdf) with 6 instances under that spelling.

de French preposition, 'from', contracted to d' in front of a vowel.

Arceuil is found in Dauzat, p. 25, s.n. <Arc>: "... Arceuil, Seine (in pago Arcolei, vers 1073)." This indicates that the place existed before 1073.

The submitter wants Ansel and will accept no changes to that element. However, the submitter will accept all changes necessary to make the byname registrable.

d'Arcueil and d'Arcueill both appear at p. 54 Aryanhwy merch Catmael's "Names in the 1292 census of Paris" (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/french/1292paris.pdf).


5: Avonmore, Shire of -Resub Device

OSCAR finds the name on the East LoI of July 27, 2013 as submitted.

Per chevron inverted sable and purpure, in pale a lighthouse and a laurel wreath Or

This is a resubmission of a device returned on the East's July 2013 LoD for redrawing due to (1) an improperly drawn per chevron inverted division and (2) an unrecognizable lighthouse. This redrawing addresses both issues.

A signed petition of support for the submitted device has been obtained.


6: Avonmore, Shire of -New Badge

OSCAR finds the name on the East LoI of July 27, 2013 as submitted.

Purpure, a lighthouse Or


7: Ceara Fitzpatrick -New Name & New Device

Argent, an empty bottom-whorl drop spindle and on a chief purpure a glaive argent.

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Sound (unspecified) most important.

Ceara is a saint's name, per the 1630 edition of The Matyrology of Donegal, p375, as translated from the Irish (http://archive.org/stream/themartyrologyof00adamuoft#page/n436/mode/1up). By precedent, Ceara is considered Early Modern Irish Gaelic. [Cera filia Drusti, 9/2002 LoAR].

Fitzpatrick is an extrapolated spelling based on examples found in "Names Found in Anglicized Irish Documents" by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (http://medievalscotland.org/kmo/AnglicizedIrish/):

s.n. David - David Condon fitz Patrick, his son (1585)

s.n. Fynin - Fynen m'Donell Fitz Patrick (1601)

s.n. Anastace - Anstace Fitz Patrick fitz Gefferie (1600)

This name mixes Gaelic and Anglicized Irish; this is an allowable lingual mix under Appendix C of SENA.


8: Domenico dei Medici -New Name & New Device

Vert, a dragon segreant argent and on a chief Or a bull passant between two roundels gules

Submitter desires a masculine name.

Consulting herald: Harold von Auerbach

Domenico is a masculine given name found in "Online Tratte of Office Holders 1282-1532," edited by David Herlihy, R. Burr Litchfield, and Anthony Molho (http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/tratte/doc/name1.html).

dei Medici is the standard form of the family name Medici found in the Online Tratte. The specific form dei Medici is documented in Academy of Saint Gabriel Report #3230 (http://www.s-gabriel.org/3230).


9: Ella de Caleys -Resub Device

OSCAR finds the name on the East LoI of April 26, 2013 as submitted.

Azure, a cross moline and on a chief Or three martlets volant azure

The submitter's name was registered on the July 2013 LoAR. The identical device was returned for a redraw on the July 2013 LoAR, as the original rendering of the cross moline was not identifiable. This redraw uses a traditional cross moline and should address the reason for the return.


10: Gillian de Whittemere -Resub Device

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in July of 2006, via the East

Per bend azure and argent, a rose argent and a fox courant bendwise proper, on a chief argent three martlets sable

This is the submitter's fourth attempt at a device. Her first device submission, Azure, a fox courant, in base a rose argent seeded Or, on a chief argent three martlets sable, was returned on the July 2006 LoAR for a redrawing because the sizing of the primary charges was ambiguous.

Her second attempt, Azure, a fox courant proper, in base a rose argent leaved vert and seeded Or, and on a chief argent three martlets sable, appeared on the East's May 3, 2013 ILoI but was withdrawn by the submitter.

Her third attempt, Checky azure and argent, a fox courant proper, on a chief argent three martlets sable and on a point pointed azure a rose argent seeded and leaved proper, appeared on the East's June 15, 2013 ILoI and was returned on the East's July 27, 2013 LoD for complexity and the unidentifiability of the base.

This submission shuffles the design elements, hopefully with better luck. It should have a complexity count of 8: fox + rose + chief + martlets + blue + white + red + black.


11: Helena Morgan -New Name

Submitter desires a feminine name.
Sound (feminine-sounding) most important.
Language (Welsh) most important.
Culture (Welsh 14th-16th cen.) most important.

Consulting herald: Brita Mari Svensdottir

Helena appears in "Welsh Names from 1602" by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/welsh/1602owen.html) s.n. Ellena. Withycombe p. 70 s.n. Helen states that the name was popular in Wales but gives no dated examples.

Morgan appears as an unmarked patronymic surname in "Women's Names in the First Half of 16th Century Wales" by Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/welshfem16/elements.html).


12: Jadwiga Piwowarka Miodostnyka -New Name & New Device

Gyronny argent and gules, issuant from a mug purpure a demi-weasel sable.

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Culture (Polish) most important.

Jadwiga is a feminine given name found in "Polish Feminine Given Names, 1600-1650," by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/polish/polishfem.html) dated to 1612.

Piwowarka is the feminized form of the byname Piwowar, a header in Abramovicz et al., Slownik Historycznych Nazw Osobowych Bialostocczyzny Vol 2. The masculine form is dated 1558. The dated instance of the fem. form is dated 1662, but it can also be constructed. The -ka feminization is seen in the names Borziczka wdowa 1551 (s.n. Borzyk), Ragina Brodzianka 1558 (s.n. Broda), Czabayka 1577 (s.n. Czabaj), Nieczayka wdowa 1551 (s.n. Nieczaj), etc.

Miodostnyka - the submitter states that this is a feminized Russian form of the Polish name Miodus, which is itself a header form in Abramowicz et al. (vol. 1), dated 1569 and 1580. Due to the limited resources at Heralds Point, this could not be confirmed. A Polish form is preferred if possible.

The submitter allows adding/deleting a word like "de" or "the" or changing language when the change is small.


13: Kandaza Krakrasovicha doch' -New Name

Kandaza Krakrasovicha doch'

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Culture (15th-16th Russian) most important.

Kandaza is a woman's given name dated to 1554 in the online edition of "A Dictionary of Period Russian Names" by Paul Wickenden of Thanet (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/paul/ka.html).

Krakras a masculine given name dated to 1018 in Wickenden (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/paul/kp.html).

Pennsic Herald's Point was not sure whether the patronymic would be formed with -ev or -ov. The submitter prefers the late period form -o/evicha. In late period it was common to add doch' when forming a feminine patronymic. (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/paul/zgrammar.html).

The submitter allows adding/deleting a word like "de" or "the" or changing language when the change is small


14: Katherine d'Angers -New Alternate Name

OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.

Katherine Duddeley

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Sound (Duddeley) most important.

The submitter's primary name appears elsewhere on this letter. For some reason, OSCAR wants to put the alternate name first.

Katherine is a feminine given name found in "Late Sixteenth Century English Given Names" by Talan Gwynek (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/eng16/eng16alpha.html) s.n. Catherine.

Duddeley is a surname found in IGI/Family Search Historical Records: Eleanor Duddeley christened in 1646 in Stafford, England, father's name William Duddeley batch P01009-1.


15: Katherine d'Angers -New Name & New Device

Katherine d'Angers

Gules, in bend three fleurs-de-lis within a bordure embattled Or.

Submitter desires a feminine name.
No major changes.
Culture (15th century France) most important.

Katherine is a feminine given name found in "French Names from Paris 1421, 1423, and 1438" by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/french/paris1423.html), and in "Names from Choisy, France, 1475-1478" (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/french/choisy.html).

Angers is as a place name found in Dauzat Lieux s.n. Angers "le nom Gaul est inconnu ... Ch-1. De Comte Audi x siècle". Angers also appears as a place name on the cover page of "Chant triumphal sur la victoire obtenues (sic) sur les rebelles et ennemis de la Foy Catholique, Apostolique et Romaine" published in 1585 (http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k79482v).

The locative pattern d'X for French place names beginning with vowels is found in Appendix A of SENA.


16: Katherine d'Angers -New Badge

OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.

(Fieldless) An Egyptian sphinx couchant Or.

The submitter's name and device appear elsewhere on this letter.


17: Katherine d'Angers -New Badge

OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.

Barry Or and azure, on a chief indented gules three lions queue-forchy Or.

The submitter's name and device appear elsewhere on this letter.


18: Kveld-Grimkell gylðir -New Name & New Device

Azure, a wolf sejant erect and on a chief argent the Elder Futhark runes laguz, dagaz, jera, ansuz, laguz, teiwaz, and jera azure.

No major changes.
Meaning most important.

Kveld- is found as a prepended byname meaning "evening" found in Geirr Bassi, p. 25.

Grimkell is a masculine given name in Geirr Bassi, p. 10

gylðir is a descriptive byname meaning "howler, wolf" found in Geirr Bassi, p. 22.

By precendent, "two descriptive bynames are allowed in Old Norse, as long as they could describe the same person at a single time." [Cerric eldr vegandi, 2/2011 LoAR, A-Trimaris].

The submitter wants the English word "loyalty" transcribed into runes. The emblazon was drawn by the submitter. Pennsic Herald's point states that the characters as drawn transliterate to "ldjaltj." (Sources being Wikipedia and its external links from the Elder Futhark article.)


19: Lucien de Pontivi -New Release of Device

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 2005, via the East

Sable, on a bend azure fimbriated and cotised argent three harps argent

Lucien provided the following letter:

I, [legal name], known in the SCA as Lucien de Pontivi, hereby release my arms, "Sable on a bend azure fimbriated and cotised argent three harps argent." I understand that the release of these arms is permanent.

Signed with legal name.

Sable, on a bend azure fimbriated and cotised three harps palewise argent was registered to Lucien de Pontivi in May of 2005 (via the East).


20: Lucien de Pontivi -New Exchange of Device and Badge

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in May of 2005, via the East

Sable, in fess two harps argent

Sable, in fess two harps argent was registered to Lucien de Pontivi in August of 2006 (via the East).

Lucien provided the following letter:

I, [legal name], known in the SCA as Lucien de Pontivi, hereby release my arms, "Sable on a bend azure fimbriated and cotised argent three harps argent." I understand that the release of these arms is permanent.

I request that my badge, "Sable, in fess two harps argent," be graduated from being my badge to my arms.

Signed with legal name


21: Máel Eoin mac Caindelbáin -New Name & New Device

Azure, a bear rampant and in chief three quatrefoil knots Or.

Culture (Gaelic name incorporating a form of John pre-1200) most important.

Máel Eoin is a male given name found in Mari ingen Briain's "Index of Names in Irish Annals" (http://medievalscotland.org/kmo/AnnalsIndex/Masculine/MaelEoin.shtml), s.n. Máel Eoin / Maol Eoin dated between 916 and 1243.

mac is the Gaelic word for "son".

Caíndelbáin is the pre-1200 genitive form of the name Caíndelbán, found in "Index of Names in Irish Annals" (http://medievalscotland.org/kmo/AnnalsIndex/Masculine/Caindelban.shtml) dated to 877, 896, 925, 927, 930, and 932.


22: Magnus de Londres -Resub Name Change From Holding Name

OSCAR NOTE: filing name should not be registered for a primary name change. It was, in in March of 2014, via the East.

Old Item: Magnus of the East, to be released.
Submitter desires a masculine name.
No major changes.
Culture (Scandinavian) most important.

His original name submission, Magnus Haakonssen was returned on the January 2004 LoAR for conflict with King Magnús Hákaonarson, King of Norway (1263-1280). His armory was registered under the holding name Magnus of the East.

Magnus is a male given name found in Withycombe, p. 203, which dates Magnus to the 11th century under Magnus.

de Londres is the byname of <Matelin de Londres, pastéer>, found in Colm Dubh, "An Index to the Given Names of the 1292 Census of Paris" (http://heraldry.sca.org/laurel/names/paris.html).

The submitter allows adding/deleting a word like "de" or "the" or changing language when the change is small


23: Mairghread Knox -New Name & New Device

Per bend purpure and sable, a wolf's head erased and an iris bendwise slipped and leaved argent

Mairghread is found in Early Modern Irish Gaelic as Máirghréad in "Index of Names in Irish Annals" by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (http://medievalscotland.org/kmo/AnnalsIndex/Feminine/Mairghread.shtml), dated to 1361-1662. Accents can be omitted from Gaelic names as long as they are treated consistently throughout.

Knox - From Black's Surnames of Scotland - s.n. Knox - "George Knox was sergeant in Edinburgh, 1467 (Neubotle, 299)"

Gaelic and Scots can be combined per Appendix C of SENA.


24: Mairghread Knox -New Badge

OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.

Purpure, a wolf's head erased maintaining an iris slipped and leaved argent

The submitter's name and device appear elsewhere on this letter.


25: Melisende de Bretagne -New Name & New Device

Ermine, a quill pen bendwise sinister purpure.

Submitter desires a feminine name.

Melisende -- No direct documentation was provided for the submitted spelling. Academy of St. Gabriel Report 3009 notes various spellings of the name found in period, including Melisant (1213), Melisent (1201, 1221), Melisentia (1208) and Milesendis (1179). In addition, the spelling Melisande is found on p. 18 of Les généalogies et anciennes descentes des forestiers et comtes de Flandre by Pierre Balthasar (http://books.google.com/books?id=0SedED_3knYC), which was published in 1598. Based on this evidence, Melisande was ruled registerable as a late period French literary name on the October 2011 LoAR [Melisade McBride, 10/2011 LoAR, A-Caid].

Assistance documenting the submitted spelling is requested, although the exercise may be moot given the very likely conflict with Melisant de Bretagne identified by OSCAR.

de Bretagne appears as a byname in R&W s.n. Britain dated to 1291.

Correction (2013-Oct-29 12:10:09): I have been in touch with the submitter about clearing the conflict. I am putting notes relevant to our conversations here for future reference.

<Bretagne> appears as a place name in French in " Discours de la deffaicte des troupes du sieur de Sainct Laurens, commandant à Dinan pour le duc de Mercure, à Saint Syriac auprès de Saint Malo en Bretagne" published in 1597 (http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k6498315m)

<Mellisende> appears at p. 265 of "Histoire de la guerre saincte, dite proprement la Franciade orientale... faite latine par Guillaume, archevesque de Tyr,... traduite en françois par Gabriel Du Préau" published in 1597 (http://books.google.com/books?id=bO27p1e5SPwC).


26: Mikhail Vladimirov Tatarin -New Badge

OSCAR finds the name on the East LoI of April 26, 2013 as submitted.

(Fieldless) An arm embowed argent sustaining a stag's attire Or.

The submitter's name was registered on the July 2013 LoAR.


27: Muiredach Ua Dálaig -New Name

Submitter desires a masculine name.
No major changes.
Client requests authenticity for 11th-12th cen. Irish.
Culture (Irish) most important.

Muiredach is a male given name found in "100 Most Popular Men's Names in Early Medieval Ireland" by Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/irish100.html). Muiredach also appears as a Middle Irish male name in "Index of Names in Irish Annals" by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (http://medievalscotland.org/kmo/AnnalsIndex/Masculine/Muiredach.shtml) with relevant Annals dates of 907, 966, 980, 983, 1059, 1092, 1117, 1126.

Ua Dálaig is Middle Irish construction for "of the clan/family of Dalaig." Ragnall Ua Dálaig appears in OCM p. 154 s.n. Ragnall dated to 1161.


28: Patrick Lumhalghs -New Name & New Device

Argent, a greyhound courant sable between three escallops gules.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
Spelling (Lumhaghs) most important.

Patrick -- "Concerning the Names Patrick, Padraig, Patricia, and the Like" (http://medievalscotland.org/problem/names/padraig.shmtl) states that the name Patrick "is found throughout the English world from 1200 onward" and includes many Scots citations from the 13th century and later.

Lumhalghs is dated to 1324 in Ekwall s.n. Lumb. This spelling is also found in "A Dictionary of English Surnames" by Reaney and Wilson s.n. Lomax (page 283) "From a lost place Lomax, earlier Lumhalghs, the name of a district south of the Roch in Bury." Unmarked locative bynames are permitted in English per Appendix A of SENA.


29: Poplyr Childs -New Name & New Device

Or, two arrows in saltire vert within a rosary gules.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
No major changes.
Sound (Pop) most important.

All elements from Familysearch.org Historical Records

Poplyr is found as a given name: Poplyr Hithcok Male Marriage 1600 St. Michaels, Derby, Derbyshire, England Batch M04984-2

Childs is found as a surname: William Childs Male Christening 21 Apr 1587 Christening Place: St. Mary's, Kidderminster, Worcester, England Father: Richard Childs Batch C04395-3

The submitter allows adding/deleting a word like "de" or "the" or changing language when the change is small.


30: Poplyr Childs -New Badge

OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.

Vert, two arrows in saltire and on a chief Or, three poplar leaves vert.

The submitter's name and device appear elsewhere on this letter.


31: Wylliam FitzSteven -New Name & New Device

Or, crusilly sable, on a cross throughout gules, an eagle displayed Or.

Submitter desires a masculine name.
Spelling (Wylliam) most important.

Wylliam is found as a masculine given name in "Index of Names in the 1582 Subsidy Roll of London," by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (http://www.ellipsis.cx/~liana/names/english/engmasclondon1582.html) s.n. William with 28 instances of the submitted spelling.

FitzSteven appears as a byname dated to 1580 at p. 228 of " Calendar of the State Papers Relating to Ireland, of the Reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary, and Elisabeth," Vol. 2 (http://books.google.com/books?id=hdk9AAAAcAAJ). FitzSteven also appears dated to 1590 in 'Elizabeth I: volume 150: January 1590', Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1588-1592 (1885), pp. 289-303. (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49068&strquery=FitzSteven). The spellings of bynames do not appear to have been modernized in either source.


32: Wylliam FitzSteven -New Badge

OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.

(Fieldless) On a cross couped Or, a fleur-de-lys sable

The submitter's name and device appear elsewhere on the letter.


33: Yolente van der Brugghe -New Name & New Device

Vair, a pall inverted gules

Submitter desires a feminine name.
Language (Early 16th cen. Low Countries) most important.
Culture (Early 16th cen. Low Countries) most important.

Yolente is a feminine given name dated to 1481-88, appearing in "15th Century Dutch Names" by Aryanhwy merch Catmael (http://heraldry.sca.org/names/dutch/dutch15.html).

van der Brugghe appears as a byname dated to 1446 and 1550 in "Flemish Names from Bruges" by Loveday Toddekyn (http://www.s-gabriel.org/docs/bruges/byname-list1.html).


34: Yolente van der Brugghe -New Badge

OSCAR is unable to find the name, either registered or submitted.

(Fieldless) A swallow volant per fess azure and argent

The submitter's name and device appear elsewhere on this letter.


35: Zillah al-Saghira al-Hurra -New Device

OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in April of 2010, via the East

Argent, two bars wavy azure and in chief a roundel between an increscent and a decrescent sable

There is a SFPP for the motif of a roundel between an increscent and a decrescent under Appendix G of SENA.



OSCAR counts 19 Names, 1 Name Change, 1 Alternate Name, 19 Devices, 8 Badges and 1 Exchange of Device and Badge. There is 1 release. There are a total of 50 items submitted on this letter.