LAUNCESTON or DUNHEVED ("The Swelling Hill"),
LAUNCESTON or DUNHEVED ("The Swelling Hill"), in the County of Cornwall. Gules, a triple circular tower in a pyramidical form or, all within a bordure azure charged with eight towers domed of the second. Crest — In a ducal coronet or, a lion's head gules, between two ostrich feathers argent. Badge — A keep or castle gold.
[Arms and Crest granted 24th July 1573. Grant printed " IVIisc. Gen. et. Her," Os. iii. 128. Badge granted, College of Arms, March 26, 1907.]
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