BOURNEMOUTH (Hants). Quarterly or and azure, a cross flory between a lion rampant, holding between the paws a rose in the first and fourth quarters, six marlets, two, two and two in the second, and four salmons naiant and in pale in the third, all counterchanged. Crest — Upon a mount vert a pine tree proper, in front four roses fessewise or. Motto — " Pulchritudo et salubritas."
[Granted by Sir Albert William Woods, Knt, Garter Principal King of Arms, Walter Aston Blount, Clarenceux King of Arms, George E. Cokayne, Norroy King of Arms, 24th March 1891.]
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