The Arms, Crest and Supporters of The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce

Granted: 10 July 2006
Published: 10 July 2006

Arms, Cerst and Supporters of the Royal Society of Arts
Arms, Cerst and Supporters of the Royal Society of Arts
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Arms: Vert issuing from the base an Arcade thereon the Façade of the House of the Royal Society of Arts Or encircled by five Mural Crowns Argent.

Crest (upon a Helm): Within an Ancient Crown Or a Terrestrial Globe proper on its stand Or.

Supporters: On either side A Pegasus wings inverted Or about the neck a Torse Azure and Gules pendant therefrom by a Chain a Lozenge Sable.

The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, which was established in 1753, incorporated by Royal Charter in 1847, and given the addition of the word 'Royal' to its title in 1908, was granted Arms, Crest and Supporters, by Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy and Ulster Kings of Arms. The Letters Patent were dated 10 July 2006. College reference: Grants 171/307.

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By decision of the College of Arms all proceeds arising from the sale of The Armorial of Haiti will be donated to the international effort for the relief of Haiti
after the calamitous earthquake of 12 January 2010.

To find out more about Arms & Badges, read The Granting of Arms

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