Arms : Quarterly azure and gules, a lion's face crowned with an ancient crown Or within a tressure flory on the outer edge of the same.
Crest: On a wreath Or, azure and gules, A demi figure of a knight in armour, habited in a tabard of the Arms, his hands gauntleted proper, the dexter holding the hilt and the sinister resting on the quillons of a sword, point down ward, also proper, hilt and pomel Or, on his head a chapeau gules turned up ermine encircled by an ancient crown gold. Mantled azure and gules, doubled Or.
Supporters: On either side an uni corn sable, armed, unguled, crined and tufted Or, wreathed about the neck with a torse argent and gules.
Motto: Entalente a parler d'armes
The arms were officially granted on August 10, 1957.
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Literature : Briggs, 1971; image from the Heraldry Gazette nr 89, 2003.