BARNSLEY (Yorkshire). Argent, on a chevron gules, between two shuttles fessewise in chief, and in base as many pickaxes in saltire proper, a falcon wings elevated and holding in the dexter claw a padlock or, between two boars' heads couped of the last, each holding in the mouth a cross pattee fitchee in pale of the first, a chief sable, thereon a cross pattee between two covered cups also or. Crest — A gryphon argent, wings elevated sable, resting the dexter claw on an escutcheon also argent, charged with a shuttle palewise also sable. Supporters — On the dexter side a miner, his pit lamp suspended from his neck, supporting in his exterior hand a pick-axe proper. On the sinister side a glassblower, supporting in his exterior hand a blowpipe, issuaut therefrom in base a glass bottle, all proper. Motto — " Spectemur agendo."
[Arms and crest granted by Sir Albert William Woods, Knt., Garter Principal King of Arms; Robert Laurie, Clarenccux King of Arms; Walter Aston Blount, Norroy King of Arms, 12th November 1869. Supporters granted 13th August 1913.]
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