St Kevin's Hospital

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ST KEVIN'S HOSPITAL (now St. James's Hospital, Rialto, Dublin)

Coat of arms (crest) of St Kevin's Hospital

Official blazon

Vert, issuing from a sun rising in base or a dexter hand grasping a sword erect proper pommel and hilt of the second, the blade entwined with a serpent also proper between on the dexter a representation of St. Kevin's Church of Glendalough argent and on the sinister a castle of the same flammant proper with the Motto: Seirbís de agus a Pobail


The arms were officially granted on August 6, 1969.

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