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AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HERALDRY

Coat of arms (crest) of American College of Heraldry


Official blazon

Sable, a lion rampant, crowned with an ancient coronet, holding in the dexter paw a baton fleury Or, armed and langued Gules. Above the Shield is placed a Helmet with a Mantling Sable doubled Or, and on a Wreath Or and Sable is set for Crest, a tower Argent, masoned Sable, in front of a sun rising in its splendour Gules, and in an Escrol below the shield this Motto: “Flourish in Honor,” and set thereupon for Supporters, dexter and sinister, a Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) reguardant with wings addorsed and inverted Proper, armed and langued Gules.

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