Sunday, December 29, 2013


An eagle displayed sable, beaked and legged gules surmounted by the Imperial crown, on its breast an escutcheon surmounted by a Royal crown and per pale, the dexter side per fesse ; in chief gules a bend between six crowns or ; in base gules a bend flory, counter-flory argent ; the sinister side or, on a bend gules, three alerions argent.

Source : the book of public arms, by A.C Fox-Davies, 1915.

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