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Eric Robert James Nisbet-Brown
Grant of Arms and Badge
October 28, 1996
Vol. III, p. 144
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Purpure a tree eradicated composed per pale to the dexter of a sugar maple and to the sinister of an apple tree fructed all Copper;
A lion passant queue fourchée Copper collared Purpure;
SPEM FIDES ALIT. This Latin phrase means "Faith nourishes hopes".
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