Freemen in the Suburbs about London

From Heraldry of the World
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Heraldry of the World
United Kingdom.jpg
British heraldry portal
Civic heraldry of the United Kingdom

  • Overseas possessions
  • Total pages in the British section : 15,616
  • Total images in the British section : 9,376

NEWE CORPORATION OF THE FREEMEN IN THE SUBURBS ABOUT LONDON (also known as the Tradesmen and Artificers' Society)

Coat of arms (crest) of Freemen in the Suburbs about London

Official blazon

Quarterly gules and azure, a cross argent, surmounted by another of the first, between in the first quarter a lion passant guardant, in the second a fleur-de-lis, in the third a rose, and in the fourth a portcullis, all or. Crest- A demi-maiden affrontee proper, vested, on her head a chaplet of roses, and holding in her hands a dove all argent. Supporters- On the dexter side a female figure vested (representing " Concord"), holding in the dexter hand a bundle of javelins all argent, and on the sinister side a man habited as a workman (representing" Industry"), holding in the sinister hand a crank also argent. |}


The arms were officially granted on July 10, 1637.

Unfortunately we have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms yet.

If you have any information on the origin or meaning of these arms, or have additional images that you want to share, please mail us your information !