Provincial Grand Lodge of Surrey

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PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF SURREY

Arms of Provincial Grand Lodge of Surrey

Official blazon

Per pale gules and quarterly azure and Or; dexter on a chevron between three castles argent a pair of compasses extended of the third; sinister a cross quarterly of the fourth and vert between, in the first quarter a lion rampant of the third, in the second an ox passant sable, in the third a man with hands elevated proper vested of the fifth the robe crimson lined with ermine, and in the fourth an eagle displayed also of the third; the whole within a bordure quarterly of the second and sixth charged with a representation of King Edgars crown in chief gold, two ostrich feathers erect in fesse argent and an oak sprig in base of the last.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on October 24, 1935. The Shield shows the Arms of the United Grand Lodge of England, with a brodure in Black and Blue the Colours of the Surrey Arms. The Crown and Oakbranch are from the old Arms of Surrey.



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