There are some number of instances of the use of an earl's coronet as a crest coronet.
A term commonly, but not very accurately, applied to a crest coronet.
The colour of the crest coronet must be stated in the blazon.
The Naval Coronet, however, is more properly a crest coronet, and as such will be more fully considered in the next chapter.
The coronet of a duke has in one or two isolated cases been granted as a crest coronet.
The wording of the warrant very plainly shows that at that date a wreath was always painted below a crest coronet.
An instance of the use of the coronet of a marquess as a crest coronet will be found in the case of the Bentinck crest.