Grant of Arms
Grant of Arms

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.

Saigal, Sunil

Arms
Per pale Gules and Or a lotus flower counterchanged
Crest
A sun in splendour Or
Authority
Assumed in Denmark by the member, 1979.
Notes

Artist: Sunil Saigal.

Salmeron, Dr Antonio

Arms
Quarterly: 1 Sable, an "o" Or; 2 and 3 Or, two Wolves Sable, passant, in pale; 4 Sable, an "XI" Or
Crest
Upon a Helm with a Wreath Or and Sable, a Cross of Burgundy Gules, charged with three Books Argent, transposed, open, leathered Sable and Gules, garnished Or, charged with the numbers "100 100 111 110 011 000 011 001 001 001 011 11" Azur. Mantling: Sable doubled Or.
Motto
In Principio Erat Verbum
Authority
Alfonso de Ceballos-Escalera y Gila, Marqués de la Floresta, Cronista de Armas of Castilla y León (King of Arms of Castile and Leon), 17th of March of 2014 (Matriculation number 15 / 2014).
Notes

Artist: Dr Antonio Salmeron, blason.es.

Sasser, Howell Crawford

Arms
Azure, an Oak Tree or, eradicated, between two Flaunches Or, each charged with an Escallop Azure.
Crest
Upon a Helm a Wreath Or and Azure Upon a Rock Proper, a Sphinx Couchant Or, supporting with the dexter forepaw, a Passion Cross Gules. Mantled Azure lined Or.
Motto
Deo Volente Serviam (God willing, I will Serve)
Authority
College of Arms, 16 May 2005 Volume 170, Page 315.

Schellhorn, Matthew

Arms
Sable a Cross Ermine between four Triton’s Trumpet Shells in saltire points inwards Or.
Crest
Upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Sable A demi Bull Sable armed unguled and winding a Triton’s Trumpet Shell held between the forelegs Or. Mantled Sable doubled Argent.
Motto
Mon Cœur Veille
Authority
The College of Arms, 26 July 2017.

Selvester, Guy

Arms
Or a cross flory Gules a chief sapinage Vert
Motto
Guide Me Lord
Authority
Arms assumed (USA) 27 September 1997.
Notes

Artist: Andrew Jamieson.

Shannon, John

Arms
Argent two pallets and two barrulets interlaced Gules between four purses stringed Azure
Crest
Issuant from a circlet of open books Or and Maltese crosses Argent a windmill Gules
Motto
In Fide Est Robur (My Faith Is My Strength)
Authority
The College of Arms, 5 August 2000.
Notes

Artist: Sunil Saigal.

Sharif, Khalid

Arms
Gules on a chevron Vair between three demi lions each issuing from a crescent Or three spearheads Or
Crest
Issuing from a rim of crescents Azure and fleurs-de-lys Gules on a wall crenellated and masoned Argent a demi lion holding between its paws a crescent Or
Motto
Integritate Sola
Authority
The College of Arms, 13 February 2001.

Shires, Stephen Richard

Arms
Gyronny of eight Gules and Vert on a Bend Argent between two pairs of Keys saltirewise wards upwards and outwards Or a Bend Sable charged with three Towers palewise masoned in stretcher blocks Argent and header blocks Sable
Crest
Upon a Helm with a Wreath Or and Gules Two Undocked Shire Horses forcene Sable tailed and feathered Or the manes also Or plaited with ribbons Gules and Vert supporting between them a Tower masoned in stretcher blocks Argent and header blocks Sable
Motto
Susteignant et Fors (Supportive and Steadfast)
Authority
The College of Arms, 2008.

Slater, Stephen

Arms
Or three pairs of wings each conjoined in lure and upwards Sable between six cross crosslets Vert
Crest
On a circlet Sable edged and ermined Or between two sickles blades uppermost points inward Argent the handles Gules the outer edges of the blades set with peacocks feathers proper a demi talbot Azure langued Gules
Motto
Dona Nobis Pacem (Give Us Peace)
Authority
The College of Arms 2 March 1985.
Notes

For a badge: A maunch Ermine issuing therefrom a dexter hand proper holding a human heart Gules. Artist: John Ferguson.

Smith, Clive

Arms
Argent on a bend between two unicorn's heads erased Azure armed crined and maned Or three acorns also Or
Crest
A dexter arm embowed in armour Argent garnished Or the hand proper clasping by its stalk Vert to the hilt of a sword pommel and quillons Or its blade fracted a rose Argent and also budded and barbed and seeded proper
Motto
Esto Tibi Ipsi Fidelis (Unto Thine Own Self Be True)
Authority
The College of Arms, 5 November 1991.