Royal Forestry Society
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ROYAL FORESTRY SOCIETY
Arms : Per fesse tenne and argent, a pale counterchangeg, in chief between two fir trees proper a rose gules surmounted of a rose argent barbed and seeded, and in base a fir tree between a daffodil flower and a flax flower proper.
Crest: On a wreath argent and vert, In front of an oak sapling leaved and fructed, a woodman's axe and a spade, handles upward, in saltire proper, all enfiled of an annulet Or.
Supporters: On either side a lion guardant vert, gorged with an ancient coronet Or, supporting an oak sapling leaved and fructed proper.
Motto: Serit arbores quae altem seculo prosunt
The arms were officially granted on November 20, 1963.
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