BRADFORD (Yorkshire). Per pale gules and azure, on a chevron engrailed between three bugle-horns stringed or, a well sable. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar's head (without tongue) erased or, in front of the trunk of a tree sprouting proper, together with the Motto — " Labor omnia vincit. Supporters — On the dexter side, a ram sable, horned or, and gorged with a wreath of white roses proper; and on the sinister side, an Angora goat argent, horned or, and gorged with a collar gules, thereon three roses also argent. Motto — " Labor omnia vincit." Badge — A ram's head caboshed argent, horned and crowned with a civic crown or.
[The arms and crest were granted October 18, 1847, the supporters December 31, 1907, the Badge, January 31, 1908.]
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