Examples from the Web for inescutcheon
Gu., an inescutcheon having a nail fixed in every point thereof in triangle, between as many holly leaves, all arg.English Heraldic Book-stamps|Cyril Davenport
In the last-named plate an inescutcheon bears four important dates in the history of the state of Maine.American Book-Plates|Charles Dexter Allen
When one Inescutcheon is borne, it is usually placed on the fesse-point; but several Inescutcheons may appear in one composition.The Handbook to English Heraldry|Charles Boutell
The difference may be noted between this figure and the next (Fig. 227), which shows an inescutcheon within a bordure.
The widow of a baronet, however, places the inescutcheon with the hand of Ulster upon her husband's arms (Fig. 752).