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Robert Arnold McColgan
Registration of Arms, Flag and Badge
July 5, 1991
Vol. II, p. 25
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Azure a lion rampant Argent crowned with an ancient crown Or and brandishing in the dexter paw a sword hilt pommel and quillons Or the blade Argent transfixing a stag's head caboshed Or and embrued to the point Gules between in chief two spur rowels of six points also Or;
On a Cap of Estate Or turned up Vair a tower Argent in the battlements thereof a Falcon wings displayed Or holding in the beak a Saltire Sable and in the dexter claw a cross botony per pale Azure and Gules;
REGNUM DEVINCIT. This Latin phrase means "The crown binds".
AEDIFICA GRADATIM CUM MISERICORDIA ET DILIGENTIA. This Latin phrase means "Build little by little, with compassion and diligence".
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