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Registered: The International Register of Arms, 13th June 2015. Registration No. 0337 (Vol.2).

Arms: Vert an inescutcheon Argent overall a compass rose counterchanged Sable and Or.

Crest:  An armillary globe Or.

Motto:  De Jure

Assumed: Internationally 28th April 2015

Rendition by Ljubodrag Lj. Grujić

The Arms of The International Heraldry Society

The International Heraldry Society, sponsored by The Armorial Register Limited, publishers of The International Register of Arms, was formed on the 10th June 2013.

One of the primary aims of The International Heraldry Society is to allow those proficient in the art and science of heraldry help educate and guide those less knowledgeable in the design and creation of arms and their correct use.

It is not at all necessary to possess a coat of arms to join the Society but many members are either armigerous or intend to assume or petition for a Grant or Matriculation of Arms. Members are of all ages and scattered around the world, the members are interested in all aspects of armory, some being actively and professionally engaged in heraldic arts and crafts and in academic research.

Membership of The International Heraldry Society is free of charge and open to all.

The base field of the shield is Vert for all lands practicing heraldry. The shield Argent as a common symbol for heralds with the compass rose over all symbolizing the international nature of heraldry which can travel in many directions (figuratively and actually). The armillary sphere in crest represents the "loftier" goals and roles of heraldry throughout it's history and into modern times. The motto was chosen to indicate that armorial bearings, regardless of their origin, are used by right.

 

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