Solden, Germany

Arms of Sölden, Germany

Blazon: Azure three stalks of wheat or sprouting from a mount in base proper


Smiths’ Company

From Heraldry Display’d, or London’s Armory by Samuel Lyne, p42

Arms of the Smiths’ Company

Blazon: Sable a chevron argent between three hammers crowned or

Crest: A peacock rising, wings addorsed and elevated, towards a sun in splendor, all proper

Motto: By Hammer and Hand all Arts do Stand

David Lloyd George

Arms of David Lloyd-George, 1st earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, Prime Minister 1916-1922 (1863-1945) 

Blazon: Azure a bridge argent over water in base proper; on a chief of the second a portcullis sable between two daffodils slipped and leaved proper


Schluchsee, Germany

Arms of Schluchsee, Germany

Blazon: Azure a stag’s head guardant, in chief a letter S argent


The old Germans thought there was great divinity in a white horse, which had never been bridled or used, but taken from the woods and put into the sacred chariot; and it could by its neighings foretell future events.

From Historical Anecdotes of Heraldry and Chivalry by Susanna Dawson Dobson, p309


Confirmation of Arms to Thomas Legh


Confirmation of arms to Thomas Legh, of High Legh, Cheshire, esq. 1580 and 1613.

Journal of the Chester Archælogical & Historic Society
Chester: Chester Archælogical & Historic Society, 1887.

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV argent a lion rampant gules, II and III crusilly three eaglets displayed or

Crest: On a wreath argent and gules, a demi-lion rampant of the second collared or

Mantling: Gules lined argent


Schallstadt, Germany

Arms of Schallstadt, Germany

Blazon: Per fess, the first per pale azure a horse-shoe argent and or a bunch of grapes of the first slipped vert; the second of the second, a wolf sable statant upon a mount in base of the fourth