BEAUMARIS (Angflesea). Has no arinoiial bearings. The seal represents an ancient ship with one mast and sail furled. At the masthead is flying a doubly, forked pennon, and just below the pennon and above the sail is fixed to the dexter side of the mast a tower. Below on the dexter side of the mast is an escutcheon charged with three lions pa.ssant guardant, and on the sinister side a castle with four towers. The legend is " SI. commune communitatis ville de Beaumaris." Berry adds a note, the Corporation used for arms, gules, three lions passant guardant or.
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