SUFFOLK. Has no armorial bearings. The arms of Ipswich have frequently done duty for the county insignia. The seal of the County Council of \/est Suffolk shows the arms of King Edward the Confessor, namely (azure), a cross patonce between five martlets or, within the legend "West Suffolk County Council." That of East Suffolk represents a castle domed, and on each dome a pennon, and above the battlements upon a wreath is a lion rampant, the legend being " East Suffolk County Council."
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