ANCIENT HARLING ARMS
The shields shown here are of families listed under the name HARLING in the book "General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales." by Sir Bernard Burke. To my knowledge none of the families are extant today, that is to say no modern reference to them is known to exist at the College of Arms, but it is possible that there are decendents of the original families who assumed/were granted these arms living today.
Nine fleure-de lis (bottom left) is recorded from the county of Suffolk. Semee-de-lis (bottom right) is recorded from the county of Devon. The two shields with Unicorns, Suffolk. The top left one being the shield of Sir Robert Harling C1350. The Middle top and right shields have no clue as to their origins recorded.