The information in the Tables 1 – 6 has been distilled from Society Corpora, the Laws of Lochac, the Lochac Book of Ceremonies, historical notes and current information as of December 2006. See also Canon Lore.
Please note this is NOT a definitive list of all regalia, awards badges or tokens, only of the items that the Keeper of the Regalia is required to maintain. Orders such as the Lochac Company of Archers, or Order of the White Scarf and awards such as the Grant of Arms and Award of Arms have their own badges, tokens and/or scrolls which come under the care and maintenance of other officers.
The tokens and badges shown here are the most recent incarnation of each award. The graphic elements of each token generally do not change. However, the precise size, materials etc of the token may vary over time. As an example, two variants of the medallion worn by members of the Order of the Pelican are shown. They contain the same elements of the pelican piercing her breast, but very different styles.
Links to the relevant sections where total listings, relevant offices, and explicit and useful sites have been provided below each table.
Note: if you are able to supply an image with a black background of any of the items not shown, please contact the Keeper of the Regalia. Thank you!
Table 1: Kingdom of Lochac Regalia
Table 1A: Required Ephemeral Crown Tournament Regalia
|Champions Wreath||A wreath of rosemary bound with Red, white and blue ribbons||Wreath presented to the victor on the Field by the king|
|Champions Wreath for the consort||A wreath of rosemary bound with Red, white and blue ribbons||Wreath presented to the consort by the Victor|
|Wreath of Chivalry||A wreath of rosemary bound with White ribbons||Presented by the King for chivalry on the field|
|Wreath of Valour||A wreath of rosemary bound with Red ribbons||Presented by the King for valour on the field|
- Matching wreaths for the Consorts for the Wreath of Chivalry and Valour.
- Further: Wreath of rosemary bound with blue ribbons for the Heir to the Champion of the Day, and a wreath for his consort.
Table 2: Kingdom of Lochac Royal Peerage and other Ranks
Table 3: Kingdom of Lochac Armigerous Awards
- General description of Kingdom of Lochac awards (for the most up-to-date information, see the Awards section of the most recent Lochac Book of Laws)
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- Canon lore and precedence lists (who has what awards and when they received them)
Table 4: Non-Armigerous Kingdom of Lochac Awards