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Benjamin Paul Pugsley

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 10th Oct. 2016. Registration No. 0403 (Vol.3).

Arms: Quarterly; 1st & 4th, Sable a saltire Or between four roses Argent barbed and seeded Or; 2nd & 3rd, Or, a steed forcene in sinister chief a crescent Sable.

Crest: A boar Argent charged with an ermine spot Sable.

Assumed: United States of America 15th of April, 2016.

The Arms of Benjamin Paul Pugsley

These arms though quartered do not signify armorial representation or inheritance from an heiress but are a substantive coat recently assumed. The armiger chose Or and Sable because they were used by his grandfather. The family consider themselves to be supporters of the House of York and have used the rose of York for generations as a symbol of their support. The Sable steed and crescent moon are simply favoured designs. The white Boar of the crest is a symbol of loyalty to Richard III.

 
 

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