Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital
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ROYAL NATIONAL THROAT, NOSE AND EAR HOSPITAL
Arms : Azure, on a pale Or between two candles, each grasped by a hand issuant from the dexter and sinister base, three sprigs of All-heal (Heradeum panaces Linnaeus) stalked, leaved and flowered also proper.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, issuant from a chaplet of twelve roses gules, barbed and seeded, an open book proper, thereon a lion's head and a unicorn's head, both erased and respectant of the first.
Supporters: On the dexter a representation of Aesculapius proper vested gules doubled argent, holding in the exterior hand a retort, and on the sinister a representation of Hygeia proper, robed argent and azure, a serpent coiled about her neck, and holding in the exterior hand an ancient lamp Or enflamed also proper.
Motto: Audient surdi multique loquentur
The arms were officially granted on September 28, 1951.
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