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The Danish Royal Coat of Arms was established by royal decree on 5 July

The sword-waving-monk supporters in Monaco’s/the Grimaldi arms allude to François Grimaldi’s disguise when he captured Monaco in (palais.

The symbolism of the arms of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales; symbolic details included are the figure of Economia and a tower whose twin turrets allude to the double-entry system of book-keeping. (The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales)

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Victorian gold and enamel Wheelwrights Company Master's badge, with finely cast and enamelled coat of arms, the reverse inscribed - Wheelwrights Company Benj Scott Esq, FRAS Master 1863. (Reeman Dansie)

Victorian gold and enamel Wheelwrights Company Master's badge, with finely cast and enamelled coat of arms, the reverse inscribed - Wheelwrights Company Benj Scott Esq, FRAS Master (Reeman Dansie)

Fulham Palace and the sword of St Paul. (Seeing Symbols)

Fulham Palace (in Fulham, London), which dates back to was once the summer retreat of the bishops of London.

Emile Jeannest (1813-57) - Lady Godiva

A silver, bronze and enamel figure by Emile Jeannest, depicting Lady Godiver; the arms of Coventry can be seen on the saddlecloth. (Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The reverse of Sir William Bull's coat of arms above the gates of Ravenscourt Park, west London, with the badge of the Maltravers Herald Extraordinary. (Photo: Clare Gibson/Seeing Symbols)

One of the joys of heraldry, for me, is seeing a name made manifest as a symbol. And canting arms, as they are called in heraldry, typicall.

Panel | Burkhart, Fridly | Zürich, Switzerland (dated, made)  Date: 1572 (made)  Artist/Maker: Burkhart, Fridly, born 1536 - died 1572 (probably, painter)  Materials and Techniques: clear, coloured and flashed glass painted with silver stain and enamels on the reverse

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The arms of the members of the Guild of the Camel, Zurich (the camel symbolises trade between Europe and Asia).

Tapestry Coat of Arms of William and Mary, which hangs in the King’s Dining Room at Windsor Castle. circa 1690.

The woven coat of arms of William and Mary, (Royal Colleciton Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

An illumination from the Bedford Hours, c.1410–30, depicting the legend of the fleur-de-lys, the heraldic symbol of France; God gives a banner with the fleur-de-lys to an angel; a hermit presents it to Queen Clotilde; and she presents it to her husband, King Clovis; (Additional 18850 f.288v). (British Library)

Legend of the fleur-de-lys, from the Bedford Hours, French, BL Additional MS 18850

The achievement of arms of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. (ngw.nl)

The achievement of arms of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

A seventeenth century engraving showing the coat of arms of French regent Queen Anne of Austria, surmounted by a crown, surrounded by six spirits and foliage. Engraving (British Museum)

A seventeenth century engraving showing the coat of arms of French regent Queen Anne of Austria, surmounted by a crown, surrounded by six spirits and foliage.

The coat of arms of Brentford and Chiswick, granted in 1932; St Nicholas symbolises the parish church of St Nicholas; the waves represent the river Brent and the Thames; the phoenix symbolises the new borough rising from the ashes of the old urban district. (ngw.nl)

Brentford and Chiswick - Coat of arms (crest) of Brentford and Chiswick

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