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Duncan Alastair McAlpine

Portland, Ontario
Grant of Arms and Supporters
September 20, 1990
Vol. II, p. 44

Arms of Duncan Alastair McAlpine

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Azure a saltire Argent surmounted by a sword point downward Argent its hilt beset dexter to sinister with a maple leaf Argent fimbriated Azure a maple leaf Argent fimbriated Gules a maple leaf Or fimbriated Gules both enfiling an ancient crown Or;


A castle tower Azure masoned Argent charged with a rose also Argent barbed Vert seeded Or rising therefrom a demi eagle wings displayed Or beaked Argent langued Azure each wing charged with two Scotch pine cones Azure;


On a grassy mound strewn with cones of the Scotch pine Argent and roses also Argent barbed Vert seeded Or two collies Or and Argent armed Sable the dexter gorged with a collar Azure charged with three oak acorns Argent the sinister gorged with a collar Azure charged with three Maltese crosses Argent;


THA CUIMHNE AGAM-SA GU BHEIL AILPEIN BEO. This Gaelic phrase means "Remember the death of Alpin".


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