The Arms, Crest and Badge of Victor Noel Stanley Wakeling Featured

Granted: 02 January 2013
Published: 18 March 2013

The arms and crest of Victor Wakeling
The arms and crest of Victor Wakeling


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Arms: Quarterly Sable and Argent between in chief a Bar dancetty of two points downwards and in base a Bar dancetty of two points upwards both throughout and counterchanged three Wreaths of Laurel in fess the exterior pair issuant Vert tied Gules.

Crest (on a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Sable): A Magpie proper perched upon a Penner fesswise Gules garnished Or holding with the dexter foot a Reed Pen Or and dipping it into an Inkhorn Sable attached to the Penner by a double line reflexed over the back Or.

Badge: Interlaced with a Wreath of Laurel Vert tied Gules a Cross nowy flory quarterly Sable and Argent surmounting a pair of Reed Pens in saltire nibs downwards Or.

Victor Noel Stanley Wakeling, of Alresford in Hampshire, Esq., was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for services to sports broadcasting. The arms, crest and badge were granted by letters patent of Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms dated 2 January 2013.


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