BAKERS, Worshipful Company of (London).
BAKERS, Worshipful Company of (London). (Incorporated 22nd July 1509.) (This is really the Company of White Bakers.) Gules, an arm embowed vested gules, cuffed or, holding a balance between three garbs also or, on a chief barry wavy of four argent and azure, a cloud proper between two anchors or, the arm descending from the cloud. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two arms embowed proper, holding in their hands a chaplet of wheat or. Supporters — Two stags proper, attired or, each gorged with a chaplet of wheat of the last. Motto —
"Praise God for All."
[Granted by Cooke, Clarenceux, F. 13, 40.]
Original Source bookofpublicarms00foxd_djvu.txt near line 2619.
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