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Arms: Gules, an anchor argent surmounted and interlaced by two torches in saltire Or, enflamed proper; over all a chevron rompu Or.
Crest: On a wreath Or and gules, A tower of three stages gules, issuing from the battlements of the first stage a flagstaff proper, flying therefrom to the sinister and reflexed to the dexter a pennon per fesse argent and gules, the whole between two branches of oak fructed proper.
Supporters: On either side a sea lion gules.
Motto: Quae juncta firma
The arms were officially granted on July 30, 1964.
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