The latest issue of The Heraldic Craftsman is now out. It features an important analysis on Otto Hupp by the noted American heraldic scholar and lawyer, David F Phillips, author of Emblems of the Indian States and The Double Eagle. Also in this larger than normal issue are two articles on civic heraldry. One by Melvyn Jeremiah on the role of heraldry in the ‘new’ Macedonia and several never-before-published illustrations of English municipal arms by David Hopkinson, FSHA. There is a fascinating piece on the role of City & Guilds of London Art School as trainers of heraldic artists by the head of carving, Timothy Crawley as well. If you would like your issue, just apply to join and we will remit your copy of this bumper issue as long as stocks last.