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Michael Philip Howell

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 31st Jan. 2019. Registration No. 0481 (Vol.3).

Arms: Azure, a chevron ploye Argent between in chief two anchors fouled by chains Or and in base an axe Argent and a barley stalk Or in saltire.

Crest: In front of an oak tree eradicated Proper fructed Or a boat under construction proper on two tressles Sable.

Motto: Arte Favente Nil Desperandum.

Badge: An axe Proper and a barley stalk Or in saltire.

Standard: Three and a half metres in length having the arms in the hoist, the fly of two tracts Argent and Azure with the motto in letters Sable on two transverse bands Argent, the crest in the first two compartments and the badge in the third.

The Arms of Michael Philip Howell

The Banner of Michael Philip Howell

Assumed: USA, January 2019.

Design: Arms devised by The Armorial Register Limited.

The oak tree symbolizes the strength of the armigerís family; no matter how they branch out, they will always be strongest together.

The boat under construction represents the dedication to development of craft and skill. It is also a nod to the craftsmen and explorers of the Viking age from whom the armiger draws so much inspiration and has a deep connection with.

The gold fouled anchors represent the armigerís rank of Chief Petty Officer and are emblematic of strength and steadfastness.

The chain representing flexibility and a reminder to forge the chain of life link by link, day by day with Honour, Morality, and Virtue.

The blue field represents the sea and loyalty to one's self and family. The chevron ploye, the waves we must learn to ride and challenges we must overcome. A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.

The crossed barley stalk and axe represent the crafts of brewing and woodwork which are the armigerís greatest passions

The Badge oe Michael Philip Howell

The motto: "Arte Favente Nil Desperandum" meaning "Our skill assisting us, we have no cause for despair", captures the spirit of craftsmanship and industriousness of the family and highlights the armigerís efforts to achieve and always strive for the best.

The Standard of Michael Philip Howell

 
 

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