British Institution of Radio Engineers
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BRITISH INSTITUTION OF RADIO ENGINEERS
Arms : Azure, on a pile Or a fess chequy of the first and argent between in chief a heart between two crescents gules and in base a boars' head erased sable.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A representation of the head and shoulders of Mercury proper, the hair Or.
Supporters: On the dexter side a buck proper, and on the sinister side a lion queue-fourchee harry of ten argent and gules.
Motto: Scientia pro hominibus.
The arms were officially granted on February 10, 1956.
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