Institution of Gas Engineers

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INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS (now Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers)

Coat of arms (crest) of Institution of Gas Engineers

Official blazon

Official blazon

Arms : Per fesse sable and gules, a fess rayonee argent, in base a mount issuant Or; over all a bend also Or charged with a retort between two open books proper, edged and bound and clasped gules.
Crest: lssuant from a circlet rayonee, two torches in saltire Or inflamed proper.
Supporters: On the dexter side a lion Or gorged with a circlet rayonnee gules and charged on the shoulder with a torteau, and on the sinister side a bull sable, armed, unguled and gorged with a circlet rayonee Or and charged on the shoulder with a bezant.
Motto: Assidue exquirendo servire.


The arms were officially granted on May 14, 1930.

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