Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough

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Country : Ireland
Denomination : Anglican

Established : 790, Metropolitan 1152

Arms (crest) of Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough

Official blazon

Azure an episcopal staff argent ensigned with a cross pattée fitchée at all points or surmounted by a pall of the second edged and fringed of the third charged with five crosses formée fitchée sable the whole within a bordure also gold.


The arms were recorded at the College of Arms and have been confirmed by the State Herald of Ireland on April 5, 2016.

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The arms in a glass-stained window of Christ Church in Dublin.
Arms (crest) of Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough

The arms on a Wills's cigarette card, 1907


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