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Maurice Sauvé

Ottawa, Ontario
Grant of Arms and Supporters
March 30, 1989
Vol. I, p. 2

Arms of Maurice Sauvé

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Argent, a torch in pale Azure enflamed Gules within a bordure of ten fleurs-de-lis Azure;


A lion’s head couped Sable langued Gules charged at the neck with a crescent Argent;


On a grassy mount Vert, dexter a lion Or gorged with a collar of laurel leaves Vert and sinister a lynx Or gorged with a collar of maple leaves Gules;


RIEN NE CRAINS, meaning "I fear nothing";


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