Worshipful Company of Parish Clerks
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WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF PARISH CLERKS
Arms : Azure a Fleur de lys or, on a chief gules a leopard's head Or between two 'pricksong books' of the same laced vert.
Supporters : On either side and standing to the front on the capital of an Ionic Column Or and Angel gazing outwards proper winged Or vested of a tunic Argent garnished Or draped over the interior shoulder with a mantle Azure and holding with the interior hand a Trumpet baldrick-wise the bell upwards all gold.
Crest : On a wreath gules and Azure, a cubit arm vested Azure cuffed ermine holding an open 'pricksong' book all proper.
Motto: "Unitas societatis stabilitas"
The arms were officially granted on July 16, 1482, again in 1582. Supporters were granted on October 16, 1991.
The arms from 1582:
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Literature : Bromley and Child, 1960