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Jacob Simon Flamberg

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 6th November 2015. Registration No. 0372 (Vol.3).

Arms: Per pale Bleu Celeste and Sable on a Fess wavy between three Plum Trees eradicated Argent a Wolf courant per pale Sable and Bleu Celeste langued and armed Gules.

Crest: Upon a wreath Argent and Sable Rising out of flames proper a Phoenix displayed per pale Argent and Sable gorged with a plain Collar attached to a Chain flexed to the sinister terminating in a demi link Or.

Mantling: Party Bleu Celeste and Sable doubled Argent

Motto: Remember Protect Prosper

Grant: College of Arms London, No. 63/2015 Granted by the Kings of Arms 24th Feb 2016.

The Arms of Jacob Simon Flamberg

The Badge of of Jacob Simon Flamberg

Badge: Upon a grassy Mount Vert issuing therefrom a Plum Tree proper fructed Purpure a Fox dormant also proper.

The blue and Black firstly represent the colours of the academic robes of a Master of Science, but also represent a duality. The Fess Wavy is emblematic of the flaming sword, reflecting the name Flamberg. The Wolf Courant, is an lone animal yet runs in a close pack, fiercely protecting it's own. The plum trees are a pun on a legendary origin of the family name. The Phoenix represents again the duality of light and dark and its broken chain represents a break with the past allowing the new born bird to fly free.


 

 
 

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