King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor
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KING EDWARD VII HOSPITAL, WINDSOR
Arms : Argent, on water harry wavy in base a swan proper; on a chief azure a Tudor rose also proper between two fleurs-de-lys Or.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A griffin segreant holding between the forepaws a rod of Aesculapius Or.
Supporters: On the dexter side a stag argent and on the sinister side a swan rousant proper, each charged with a cross couped gules.
The arms were officially granted on January 12, 1945.
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