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Philip David Pickering, Baron of Newton

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 21st April 2016. Registration No. 0392 (Vol.3). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Argent, on a base undy Azure and Argent a sailing ship with three masts in full sail Proper pennons flying Gules on a Chief Azure three fleur-de-lys Or.

Crest: A griffin segreant Gules grasping in its claws a trident paleways fork upwards Or.

Motto: Viator Orbis

Grant: Entered on the 103rd page of the 74th Volume of the “Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland” 7th day of April 2014.

The Arms of Philip David Pickering, Baron of Newton

The Griffin, was chosen for the crest as they are known for guarding treasure and priceless possessions; it’s use is consistent with the popular Pickering family motto, “Je Garde Bien” (I Guard Well).

The three gold fleur-de-lys in the blue (Azure) banner across the top of the shield (position in Chief) reflects the Norman heritage and influence on the Pickering family line throughout the generations.

The trident with its three points refers to the armiger’s direct family history where there have been multiple generations of mariners including the armiger.

The Ship represents the personal travels of the armiger by sea.

The motto “Viator Orbis” means Travel the World or World Traveller and is indicative of the past and continuing global travels of the armiger.

 
 

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