BARBER-SURGEONS, Company of (Dublin).
BARBER-SURGEONS, Company of (Dublin). Parted by a cross of England charged with a lion passant guardant crowned or, these two coats-armour quartered, the first argent, a chevron gules betwixt 3 cinquefoils azure, the second azure a harp crowned or, the third as the second, the fourth as the first. Crest on a wreath argent and gules, St Mary Magdalene. Mantling, gules and argent. Supported by a Leopard proper and an Irish Greyhound argent, each gorged with a ducal coronet and standing on a Scroll with their motto, viz., " Christi salus nostra."
[Granted by Wm. Roberts, Ulster King of Arms, circa 1645.] The grant recites that these arms may be used at the funerals of the members of the Company.
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