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In [[heraldry]], '''murrey''' indicates a purple-red, or mulberry, [[tincture]]. It is classified as one of the [[stains]] and so its use is extremely rare in English heraldry. Sometimes murrey is regarded as a distinct heraldic color, and sometimes it is considered the same as [[sanguine]].
 
In [[heraldry]], '''murrey''' indicates a purple-red, or mulberry, [[tincture]]. It is classified as one of the [[stains]] and so its use is extremely rare in English heraldry. Sometimes murrey is regarded as a distinct heraldic color, and sometimes it is considered the same as [[sanguine]].
   

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In heraldry, murrey indicates a purple-red, or mulberry, tincture. It is classified as one of the stains and so its use is extremely rare in English heraldry. Sometimes murrey is regarded as a distinct heraldic color, and sometimes it is considered the same as sanguine.