Iheronimus Brückner

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Master Iheronimus Brückner
Resides: Barony of Unser Hafen, Kingdom of the Outlands
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Toshi device.jpg
toshi's device

(stained glass by Mistress Ygraine of Kellswood)

Award & Office Badges
Companion of the Order of the Laurel Companion of the Order of the Pelican Companion of the Order of the Maunche Companion of the Order of the Silver Crescent Sagittarius


Master Iheronimus Brückner (FKA Oohashi Katsutoshi-dono), has been in the SCA since the Spring of AS XIX; when he and his Lady wife, Mistress Caitlin fitzHenry, went to their first event in Caer Mear (Atlantia). In the Summer of AS XXIII, they moved to Quintavia in the Kingdom of the East. In XXXVIII, Carolingia renegotiated its borders with Quintavia, and their lands are now in the Canton of Aschehyrst. Due to mundane life changes, Iheronimus is currently residing in the Barony of Unser Hafen in the Kingdom of the Outlands, having moved there in the early summer of AS XLVI to be with his Lady wife.


  • Early 16th century Master Printer from the Low Countries, working in the city of Winchester, in England



(Former) Apprentice


  • Baroness Bronwyn ferch Carus


  • Researching period decorative typographical ornaments
  • Pendant tag seal production


  • Founding member, Canton of Aschehyrst (AS XXVI)
  • EK Archery Marshal (AS XXVII-present)
  • Second Seneschal, Canton of Aschehyrst (AS XXVIII-XXX)
  • First Place, Northern Lights (AS XXIX)
  • First SCA scrolls printed with moveable type (AS XXIX)
  • Member, first A&S Champions team at Pennsic (AS XXIX)
  • Design Engineer, EK Gates Project (AS XXXIV)
  • Lieutenant General, EK Archery (AS XXXIV-present)
  • Founding Captain-General, EK Seige (AS XXXVI-XXXVIII)
  • EK Seige Marshal (AS XXXVI-XL)
  • Founding member, EK Stationers Guild (incipient) (AS XL)
  • King's Champion of A&S (AS XLIV)
  • Appointed an EK Ambassador to the Outlands by Gryffith II and Aikaterine II - AS XLV


Iheronimus at a Common Press
  • Type setting & Printing (with Moveable Type)
  • Book binding
  • Book Arts in general
  • Wood working
  • Leather working
  • Archery
  • Fletching
  • Furniture making
  • Construction Projects