Members' Arms

We invite any armigerous member of the Society to submit a copy of their arms for inclusion on the Member's Arms pages of the website. If you wish to have your arms included then you:-

a) must be legally entitled to bear arms
b) be a member of the Heraldry Society
c) forward by e-mail attachment a copy of a good quality coloured painting of your arms to the Website Manager here

IMPORTANT: MEMBERS MUST SUBMIT A SCAN OF THEIR ARMS NO BIGGER THAN 600 BY 800 PIXELS, AND THE FILE NO LARGER THAN 250 KB. WE CANNOT ACCEPT SCANS THAT DO NOT MATCH THESE SPECIFICATIONS. THANK YOU.

You should also provide:-
i) your name
ii) the blazon
iii) the date of the grant, matriculation etc.
iv) the name of the issuing authority, (eg. the College of Arms, the Court of the Lord Lyon, etc."
v) your motto (with translation where appropriate)
vi) if you wish to note the name of the artist of the painting that has been submitted then that may be included.
Please note that the rationale for any of the blazons are not required.

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Members Arms - The Rt Hon The Lord Lingfield


Artist: Balchin granted 1975*, Library Painting by Tom Meek

Arms: Quarterly, 1&4, Vert a crescent within 8 mullets in lozenge Or (Balchin), 2&3, Az, between 3 fleurs-de-lys each per pale Or and Arg a chain fesswise each link also per pale Or and Arg (Skelton), in pretence an inescutcheon barry of 6 Ermine and Vert, a label of 3 points in bend Or each charged with an annulet gu (Kinlay-Balchin)

Crest: A demi-bagwyn Arg armed and unguled Or, gorged with a collar compony Or and Vert charged with anchors counterchanged & supporting a wooden beam ppr attached to its collar by a chain Or.

Badge: (appearing in the mantling which is Gu and Arg) Pendant from a tasselled and knotted cord Or and Vert an escallop Gold.

Supporters: granted 2010: Dexter: A lion guardant the head and mane Or the body legs and tail Or semy of spurs rowels upwards Gu upon the head a Baronís Coronet with cap ppr. Sinister: a bagwyn Arg armed unguled and the tail tufted Or gorged with a Baronís Coronet sans cap ppr chained the chain reflexed over the back and terminating in an annulet Or.