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Arms (crest) of Hillsborough

Country :

  • United Kingdom
    • Northern Ireland

Incorporated into:


  • Rural District Council

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Official blazon

Arms : Tierced in pairle reversed wavy gules, vert and azure, divided argent, in chief a shuttle erect and an ear of wheat erect, and in base issuant from a mount a representation of the Round Tower of Drumbo Or charged with a sinister hand appaume couped gules.
Crest: On a wreath argent and azure, A demi figure rep­ resenting one of the Old Guard of Hillsborough Castle proper.
Motto: Ex fide fortis.


The arms were officially granted on April 20, 1964.

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The arms in the Coffee Hag albums +/- 1935


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