The Arms, Crest and Badge of Robert John Seabrook

Granted: 15 October 2009
Published: 15 October 2009

The Arms and Crest of Robert John Seabrook
The Arms and Crest of Robert John Seabrook

Badge
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Arms: Per pale Azure and Or barry wavy counterchanged a Lateen Sail throughout Argent.

Crest (upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent Or and Azure): Issuing from a Circlet of five Masai Spears Sable a pair of Mouflon Horns the dexter Argent the sinister Or.

Badge: A Bunch of Grapes Gules slipped and leaved Vert entwined by a Chain terminating at each end in an Annulet Or.

Granted to Robert John Seabrook, Q.C., of Crown Office Row, Inner Temple, London, by Letters Patent of Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms, dated 15 October 2009.  College reference: Grants 174/229.

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