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Robert Douglas Watt

North Vancouver, British Columbia
Registration of Arms, Flag and Badge
June 15, 2001
Vol. IV, p. 99

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Blazon

Arms

Gules on a chevron Argent between three closed books bound in vellum proper, edged, garnished and clasped Or, two chevronels Vert, on a chief Argent a cougar passant Gules;

Crest

Out of a circlet of maple leaves Gules and roses Argent barbed and seeded proper, a lamb rampant winged Argent nimbed Or unguled Gules supporting a gonfanon Argent its cross Gules and streamers pendant Gules, Argent and Gules each fringed, the staff furnished and headed by a cross formy Or;

Motto

ROSE AND MAPLE LEAF ENTWINE FOREVER;

Flag

A standard the Arms in the hoist the fly Vert a Canadian fess Argent charged with the Crest between two representations of the Badge all separated by two bends Argent inscribed with the Motto, the whole fringed Gules and Argent;

Badge

A cougar's head erased affronté Gules gorged with a collar having a chain from the sinister side Or and charged with four maple leaves Gules and as many white roses barbed and seeded proper;


Symbolism

Arms

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Crest

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Motto

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Flag

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Badge

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Background

Canada Gazette Information

The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on November 3, 2001, in Volume 135, page 4058 of the Canada Gazette.


Artist Information

Creator(s)
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Painter
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Calligrapher
* Not applicable / Sans objet


Recipient Information

Individual

View all Letters Patent for Robert Douglas Watt

The recipient's emblems were originally recorded in the records of the College of Arms, London, England. One or more entries related to this Recipient's emblems appear elsewhere in the Register: Volume II, p. 72; Volume V, p. 201;