The Arms, Crest, Supporters and Badge of the University of Lincoln

Granted: 12 May 2011
Published: 12 May 2011

Arms of the University of Lincoln
Arms of the University of Lincoln


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Arms: Argent a Pall reversed between in chief two closed Books Azure garnished Or and in base a Garb Azure banded Or.

Crest (on a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Azure): Upon the top of a Gothic Tower Azure a Peregrine Falcon guardant close Or.

Badge: A Fleur de Lys Azure enfiling an Annulet embattled on the outer edge Or.

Supporters: On either side a Swan Argent holding in the beak a Fleur de Lys Gules.

Granted to the University of Lincoln by Letters Patent of Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy and Ulster Kings of Arms dated 12 May 2011. The Letters Patent recite the history of the university leading up to its establishment in 2001, and were presented to the university at a ceremony on 18 June 2011 by Peter O'Donoghue, Bluemantle Pursuivant, in the presence of the Lord Lieutenant for Lincolnshire, Antony Worth, at the inaugural meeting of the university's Court. College reference: Grants 175/270.

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

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