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Henri Olof Niklas Wallenberg Baron of Sauchie (County of Stirling)

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 24th Oct. 2016. Registration No. 0405 (Vol.3). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Azure, two piles engrailed Or issuant from the base a lion rampant contourne double queued holding in its dexter paw a bezant in chief two six pointed stars all of the Second.

Crest: A willow tree Proper.

Motto: Esse Non Videri

Grant: September 20th 2016. Court of the Lord Lyon, 26th page of the 93rd Volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland.

Registration: Registered in The Scottish Barony Register February 15th 2015.

Arms rendition by Maggie Spalding

The Arms of Henri Olof Niklas Wallenberg Baron of Sauchie

The engrailment refers to the baronís great-great grandmother on his paternal side Harriet Sinclair (1824-1902). The lion rampant contourne refers the baronís maternal side, the von Post family, whose shield is a lion rampant contourne Argent; this branch of the von Post family descends from the Shaws of Sauchie through the Montgomery of Braidstane family who partially emigrated to Sweden.

The crest of a willow refers to the name Sauchie which means in Gaelic willow or place of willows. The motto refers to a custom in the Wallenberg family signifying their preferred low-key profile.

The Stafford Trust was the previous owner of the barony and the armiger has an infinite gratitude to the Trust.

 

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