Those illustrations must be incorrect, both the chevron and lozenges are all counter charged.
You're right, I've looked into several sources now trying to find better view of the illustrations and even Burke's peerage (which I find the utmost authority on British heraldry) also all show chevron with ermine spots.
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|12:49, 2 November 2019||820 × 952 (62 KB)||Finellach||Some illustrations show plain chevron but ok...can still be achieved on standard arms with chevron and fleurs (charges).|
|11:56, 2 November 2019||820 × 952 (110 KB)||JSpuller||Addington, Thomas, 1620 bore, by rightheraldic ; per pale ermine and ermines, on a chevron between three fleurs-de-lis or, five lozenges all counterchanged.|
|11:13, 2 November 2019||820 × 952 (49 KB)||Finellach||Standard chevron and fleurs. Also corr. chevron, it is simply countercharged sable and argent without ermine spots.|
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