The Arms, Crest and Badge of Glynne Stanfield

Granted: 06 March 2017
Published: 24 May 2017

The Arms and Crest of Glynne Stanfield
The Arms and Crest of Glynne Stanfield


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Arms: Vert between four Billets Argent each charged with another Gules a Cross nowy voided Argent surmounted by four Miner's Pickaxes in cross the heads proper the hafts inwards Or enclosing four Open Books in saltire tops manifest spines inwards Or the pages fanned out Argent.

Crest (on a helm with a wreath Argent and Vert): Issuant from a Grassy Mount Vert a Rock thereon a Celtic Standing Stone Cross proper in front of two Baker's Peels in saltire Or.

Badge: A Dragon passant Or upon an Arrow fesswise Argent headed Or fletched with a Maple Leaf Gules.

Glynne Stanfield of the City of Cambridge, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, was granted these arms, crest and badge by letters patent of Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms dated 6 March 2017. College reference: Grants 180/126.

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