CLOTHWORKERS, Worshipful Company of (London).
CLOTHWORKERS, Worshipful Company of (London). (Company of Sheermen incorporated by Henry VII., and the Fullers' Company, 28th April 1480. United into one Corporation by the title of Clothworkers, i8th January 1528.) Sable, a chevron ermine between two habicks in chief argent, and a teazle in base slipped or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon a ram statant or. Supporters — Two griffins or, pellettde. Motto — " My trust is in God alone."
[Arms granted by Thomas Benolt, Clarenceux, 1530, crest and supporters granted by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux, 25th March 15S7. Grant printed "Misc. Gen. et Her.," ii. 173-5. Confirmed and entered by Henry St George at the Visitation of the City of London, 1634.]
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