LEATHERSELLERS, The Worshipful Company of, London,
LEATHERSELLERS, The Worshipful Company of, London, "The Master and Wardens of the Company or Craft of Leathersellers of London." (Incorporated 1444.), Argent, three roebucks passant regardant gules, attired and unguled sable. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-roebuck gules, attired and unguled sable. Livery Colours — Argent and gules. Mantling — Gules, doubled ermine. Supporters — (Dexter) a roebuck or, attired and unguled sable, (sinister) a ram argent, armed and unguled or. Motto — " Soli Deo Honor et Gloria." (Another form, " Deo Honor et Gloria.")
[Granted by Moore, Norroy, 20th May 1479. Misc. Gts., i. 50. Supporters to the aforesaid arms impaling qrly. i and 4, the arms of the Glovers' Company, q.v. ; 2 and 3, Sable, two goats respecting each other argent, attired or. Gtd. by Richmond, Clarenceux, 1505. Misc. Gts., i. 50/;, and iii. 10. Vincent, 169, p. 71, etc., but this form is never used. The arms as first given were re-exemplified in the College of Arms, 3rd April 1905.]
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