The Arms and Crest of Gary Robert Coward

Granted: 29 May 2009
Published: 29 May 2009

The Arms and Crest of Gary Robert Coward
The Arms and Crest of Gary Robert Coward
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Arms: Quarterly Azure and Bleu Celeste a Bar indented of three points upwards Or between two Owls volant affronty Argent.

Crest (upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent Bleu Celeste and Azure): Out of a Mural Crown Or a Rhino's head Azure armed with two Horns Bleu Celeste in the mouth a Rose Argent.

Badge (not illustrated): A Sword point downwards Argent the hilt pommel and quillons Or the blade surmounted by a Rose Argent barbed and seeded Or.

Granted to Gary Robert Coward, of Stanmore, in the London Borough of Harrow, CB, OBE, a Major General in the Army, by Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms. Letters Patent dated 29 May 2009. College reference: Grants 174/132.

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