From the Principal Herald of Calontir
Takauji jibukyo, Gold Falcon Herald
Unto the Heralds of the Noble Kingdom of Calontir,
It is my honor to step in to the office of Gold Falcon that has been so ably and diligently served by so many talented people in our Kingdom's history. My goal is largely the same as Konstantia's was: To keep the light of heraldry going in the heart of the Kingdom, and to make sure our College continues the tradition of collegiality and client advocacy that has defined it.
The goal of heralds at every level should be to educate and inspire, and if anyone is doing particularly well or is falling short please contact me at GoldFalcon@calontir.org.
I want to see all of your heraldic enterprises. Banners, displays, ceremonies; share them with me, share them with your fellow Heralds, and share them with the Kingdom. I've challenged everyone to do something heraldic at one event per month--let's make sure everyone sees the beauty and pageantry of our Kingdom.
In Service to the Crown, the Kingdom, and the Dream,
Gold Falcon Herald
Registering Names and Heraldic Devices
The Office of the Saker Herald, Lady Alexandra Vasquez de Granada, called Shandra
Saker Herald is in charge of the heraldic submissions process for Calontir. The Saker office publishes letters of intent; collects and disperses funds associated with heraldic registration; maintains kingdom archives of submitted and registered names, devices, and badges.
Precedence, Awards, & Armorial
Awards and the display of heraldic devices, arms, and achievements make up what may be the most recognizable face of the College of Heralds. View the deserved awards and arms of the kingdom's populace here.
Goodhand Silent Heraldry
The Office of Mistress Nesscia inghean Chearnaigh, OP
Goodhand Herald is in charge of coordinating the Kingdom’s Silent Heraldry efforts. The Goodhand office provides tips and advice for those interested in volunteering for silent heraldry in Calontir.
Administrative and Herald-Only Content
While most of the populace is familiar with the work of the College of Heralds through consultations on names & armory and vocally in court & at camp, there is a lot of administrative work that goes into making these activities happen seemlessly. Heralds, if you need the nitty-gritty, you'll find it right here.
Herald’s Handbook and Helpful Links
Heraldic Social Media
College Administration and Reporting
Reporting Due Dates:
1st Quarter: April 15th
2nd Quarter: July 15th
3rd Quarter: October 15th
4th Quarter: January 15th
Domesday: January 31st
The badge in the masthead is based on the official seal of the Gold Falcon Principal Herald office. The websites of the Calontir College of Heralds use it with the express permission of the current Gold Falcon, and each tenure we ask for permission again to use it.