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Last Update: 23/01/2020

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Dr David John Rabbolini

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 21st January 2020. Registration No. 0528 (Vol.3).

Arms: Azure, three bars wavy Argent, in pale an African shield Or with three bars wavy Gules.

Crest:  Upon a stack of three closed books fesswise those at the top and bottom with their spines to the dexter and that in the middle with its spine to the sinister Azure edged and garnished Or a fructed oak tree eradicated also Or.

Motto:  Be Impeccable

Assumed: Australia, 18th January 2020

Arms emblazoned by Quentin Peacock (Digital Heraldry).

The Arms of Dr David John Rabbolini

The Azure shield with three bars wavy Argent symbolises the waters of the ocean which has ancestral and personal significance to the armiger. The shield is the main charge. It is the shape of a traditional tribal African shield representing the armigerís African heritage. The gold in the shield represents the sandy coastline of Australia, where the armiger currently works and lives. The red wavy lines on the shield represents blood and symbolises his profession as a medical specialist (haematologist). The image therefore integrates the armigerís heritage, current life circumstances and vocation.

The crest is composed of a pile of books on top of which a large oak tree is growing. The oak tree has been chosen for its qualities of strength, wisdom, and courage in the face of adversity. It is shown with roots eradicated, being nourished by knowledge represented by the pile of books. Study has played a major role in the armigerís personal and professional life. In all, this imagery represents personal growth from knowledge and wisdom.

 

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