School Applies for Arms After 500....
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Posted by: Karl Wilcox
Created on: December 20 2012 at 21:56
You can't see it very well in the photo (we want to see Heraldry not a bunch of ex-students and local worthies!) but as far as I can make out it is:
Gules, a lion rampant or langued and armed azure holding a book of the last bound of the second, all within an orle of eight cross-crosslets (also or?)
Both the secondary (US = "High") school that I attended, and the one here in the village have what you might call "cod" heraldic badges (or "heraldish"?) that were obviously designed by someone who had seen a few coats of arms but didn't really have any idea what they doing, splattering charges and words all over the place!
Ex pupil creates coat of arms to mark Lewes Old Grammar School’s 500th year - Local - Sussex ExpressInteract with the Mid Sussex Times
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