Arms of Morecambe Town Council, England

Granted 1926

Blazon: Per chevron or and azure, in chief two roses gules each charged with another argent, barbed, seeded, slipped, and leaved proper; in base a fishing boat in full sail of the fourth

Motto: Beauty surrounds, health abounds

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Arms of Lancaster City Council, England

Granted 1975

Blazon: Per fess wavy argent and azure, a fess wavy between in chief a lion passant guardant, armed and langued gules, and in base a fleur-de-lis, all counterchanged

Crest: On a wreath of the colors in front of a fishing boat with sail set proper, five roses in fess gules, barbed and seeded proper

Supporters: Two lions guardant azure; on the dexter, gorged with a collar pendant therefrom by a ring or, a grey stone castle triple-towered proper; that on the sinister gorged with a like collar pendant therefrom by a like ring, a railway engine wheel proper; each resting the interior hind foot on a garb fesswise the ears inward or

Mantling: Azure lined argent

Motto: Luck to Loyne*

*An alternative form of the name of the river Lune, which flows through the region

 

Arms of Ávila, Spain (province)

Granted after 1905

Blazon: Per quarterly; I argent a tower enflamed proper (Arenas de San Pedro); II per quarterly i and iv argent a crow close proper upon a base vert, ii and iii or two trees eradicated proper on a base vert (Piedrahita); III azure a castle triple-towered proper, at its gates a horse saliant bearing a knight with lance argent (Arevalo); IV azure a zebra statant on a base proper (Cebreros); pointé in base azure a bridge of three arches over water in base proper, beneath the central arch a boat also proper supporting a passion cross argent (Barco de Ávila); overall in the fess point an escutcheon gules a cathedral argent, on the outer wall a figure of Don Alfonso crowned and robed proper, in base “Ávila Del Ray” sable (Ávila)