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Dr. Ramon Bravo Gonzalez, Lord of the Manor of St James Priory

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 18th December 2017. Registration No. 0440 (Vol.3).

Arms: Azure, a barrulet enhanced wavy Argent, in base at the honour point a set of keys two in saltire one in pale between three Viking ships two and one in full sail Argent the mainsail charge with a Scandinavian cross Sable, in chief between two bezants a Mexican step pyramid Proper.

Crest: Upon a pile of rocks a Mexican eagle statant Proper in its beak a key upwards in bend Vert, the ward outwards Or.

Motto:
Prorsum Semper (Ever Forward).

Grant: Court of The Lord Lyon 84th page of the 93rd volume of the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland. September 12th 2019.

Arms Rendition by Ljubodrag Grujic

The Arms of Ramon Bravo Gonzalez

The Scottish version of the armiger's coat of arms is based on a previous design registered with the Bureau of Heraldry of the Republic of South Africa (Registered: The International Register of Arms, 06th March 2012. Registration No. 0224, Vol. 2; and Lordship & Barony Register). For the Scottish version, the Lord Lyon King of Arms replaced the three coronets with three Viking ships (in full sail with a Scandinavian cross).

The pyramid represents the armiger's interest in architecture and archaeology. The bezants and the keys represent the armiger's undergraduate degree in Accounting and Finance and his Ph.D. in Management. The three Viking ships represent the armiger's links with Sweden and his passion for travel, while the waves represent his love for the sea and sea destinations. The eagle represents the armiger's Mexican heritage.

The armiger, Ramon Bravo Gonzalez, is the Lord of the Manor of St James Priory, in the administrative County of Devon, England, and is a fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). He is also a Knight of the Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and member of the Manorial Society of Great Britain and the Royal Scots Club in Edinburgh.

The armiger is a Freeman of the City of London, a Burgess and Guild Brother of the City of Glasgow and Member of the Worshipful Company of Water Conservators in the City of London, The Merchants House of Glasgow and the Incorporation of Bakers of Glasgow.

 

 

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