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The Talbot Hound was a snow white hunting dog in Great Britain that was of such large stature with such keen smell that it was credited with being capable of bringing down a white stag in the midst of winter. Upon the romance of such a notion the symbol of a Talbot's Head was awarded as crests to princes of Germanic origin (for example, the prince Haruson Y Gogledd, Harrison of the North) whose predicatums were recognised by The King of England.
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