Society of Clerks of the Peace of Counties and of Clerks of County Councils

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SOCIETY OF CLERKS OF THE PEACE OF COUNTIES AND OF CLERKS OF COUNTY COUNCILS

Arms of Society of Clerks of the Peace of Counties and of Clerks of County Councils

Official blazon

Arms : Quarterly azure and argent, in the : first and fourth quarters a lion passant guardant Or, and in the second and third quarters a dragon rampant gules; on a chief sable two quill pens in saltire, points downward, also argent.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, An ancient crown Or jewelled proper.
Motto: Tien le droict

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on November 1, 1960.

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