Members' Roll of Arms
Many of the members of the Heraldry Society are armigerous, ie. they have a coat of arms. This gives us an opportunity to introduce you to the wide range of designs and styles that are used for modern, and ancient, heraldry. The arms are organised by the member’s surname.
For a badge: An open book the dexter page per chevron throughout Gules and Or the sinister per chevron throughout Or and Gules edged and bound Sable the marker also Sable terminating in an acorn Or.
Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle, Mark
Artist: Andrew Stewart Jamieson (c) 2018.
Lingfield, The Rt Hon The Lord
Supporters granted 2010: Dexter: A lion guardant the head and mane Or the body legs and tail Or semy of spurs rowels upwards Gules upon the head a Baron's Coronet with cap proper. Sinister: a bagwyn Argent armed unguled and the tail tufted Or gorged with a Baron's Coronet sans cap proper chained the chain reflexed over the back and terminating in an annulet Or. For a badge: (appearing in the mantling which is Gules and Argent) Pendant from a tasselled and knotted cord Or and Vert an escallop Or. Artist: Balchin granted 1975*, Library Painting by Tom Meek.
For a badge: Within an annulet engrailed on the inner edge Azure a lion salient tail nowed Or.
Mantling: Gules doubled Argent
Badge: A White Rose barbed and seeded proper surmounted of a Ducal Coronet Or,
Standard: In the Hoist the Arms in the Fly Gules a Fess Argent in the first compartment the Crest in the second and third compartments the Badge on two transverse Bands Azure fimbriated Or fimbriated Azure the Motto Or
Devised by: Lee Lumbley and Geoffrey Kingmam-Sugars
Artist: Lee Lumbley
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