CITY OF LONDON ARMORIAL.
The family arms are those that occur in the Inventory, dating from before the year 1550. The
arms of a number of corporate bodies connected with the City have been added for convenience of
Acton—quarterly fesswise indented argent and gules a bend azure with three crosslets fitchy or thereon in chief a
ring counter coloured.
Apothecaries' Company—azure a figure of Apollo proper with his head radiant holding in his left hand a bow and in his
right hand an arrow or treading on a serpent argent.
Armourers' and Braziers' Company—argent a cheveron sable with a gauntlet argent between two pairs of crossed swords
thereon and a chief sable charged with a shield of St. George between two helmets proper garnished or, for the Amourers'
Company, impaling azure a cheveron or between two ewers in chief and a three-legged pot with two handles i i base or
with three roses gules seeded and barbed vert on the cheveron, for the Braziers' Company.
Arms, College of—argent a cross gules between four doves with their dexter wings expanded and inverted azure.
Astry—barry wavy argent and azure a chief gules charged with three bezants.
Bakers' Company—(old arms) argent a balance gules between three wheat-sheaves or and a chief azure charged with a
papal crown between two anchors or.
(later arms) gules a balance between three wheat-sheaves or in a chief barry wavy argent and azure a bent arm vested
gules cuffed or coming out of radiated clouds the hand holding the balances between two anchors or.
Barbers' Company—sable a cheveron between three fleams argent.
Barnard's Inn—party indented ermine and sable a cheveron gules fretty or.
Bodley—argent five martlets saltirewise sable and a chief azure charged with three crowns or.
Brewers' Company—gules a cheveron argent between three pairs of barley-sheaves saltirewise or with three tuns sable hooped
or on the cheveron.
Bridewell Hospital—The City of London with a chief azure charged with a fleur-de-lis or between two Tudor roses.
These are also the arms of Christ's Hospital.
Byfield—sable five bezants saltirewise and a chief or.
Carpenters' Company—argent a cheveron engrailed between three pairs of compasses sable.
Christ's Hospital—see Bridewell Hospital.
Clifford's Inn—checky or and azure a fesse gules and a border gules bezanty.
Clothworkers' Company—sable a cheveron ermine between two habicks in chief argent and a slipped tezel in base or.
Coach-makers' Company—azure a cheveron between three coaches or.
Coopers' Company—gyronny gules and sable a cheveron between three rings or with a grose between two adzes azure on the
cheveron and a chief vert charged with three slipped lilies argent.
Cordwainers' Company—azure a cheveron or between three goats' heads razed argent horned or.
Croke—azure a fesse engrailed ermine between three eagles or.
Crosby—sable a cheveron ermine between three rams passant argent.
Cutlers' Company—gules three pairs of crossed swords argent with hilts and pommels or.
Draper—argent a fesse between three rings gules with three covered cups or on the fesse.
Drapers' Company—azure three clouds proper rayed or and each surmounted by a pointed cap gules encircled by three
Dyers' Company—sable a cheveron engrailed argent between three bags of madder argent corded or.
Edward the Confessor—azure a cross paty between five martlets or.
Elizabeth of York—France and England quarterly quartering 2 and 3 de Burgh and 4 Mortimer.
Fishmongers' Company—azure three dolphins argent with fins and crowns or between two pairs of luces saltirewise proper
crowned or a chief gules charged with three pairs of crossed keys or.
Furnival's Inn—argent a bend between six martlets gules with a border azure.
Girdlers' Company—siz pieces azure and or with three gridirons or.
Goldwell—azure a lion argent billety sable a chief or.
Goldsmiths' Company—quarterly gules and azure in the first and fourth quarter a leopard's head or, in the second and
third a covered cup and in chief two buckles all or.
Grocers' Company—argent a cheveron gules between nine cloves sable.
Haberdashers' Company—barry wavy argent and azure a bend gules with a leopard or thereon.
Haddon—argent a man's leg cut off at the thigh azure.
Henry VIII—azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France quartering gules three leopards or for England.
Innholders' Company—azure a cheveron parted palewise and cheveronwise gules and argent between three sheaves
or and a chief argent charged with a cross of St. Julian sable.
Ironmongers' Company—argent a cheveron gules between three steelgads azure with three swivels or on the cheveron.
Jambe— . . . a leg cut off at the thigh . . . and a border.
Jennings—argent a cheveron gules between three plummets sable.
Joiners' Company—gules a cheveron argent between two pairs of compasses in chief and a sphere in base or and a chief
or charged with a pale azure between two roses gules seeded or and barbed vert with a scallop argent on the pale.
Kirton—argent a fesse and in chief a cheveron gules.
Leathersellers' Company—argent three bucks passant looking backwards gules with their horns and hooves sable.
Leveson—azure a fesse wavy argent between three leaves or.
London, City of—argent a cross gules with a sword erect gules in the quarter.
London, See of—gules two crossed swords argent with their hilts and pommels or.
Masterson—ermine a cheveron azure between three wheat-sheaves or.
Mercers' Company—gules a demi-virgin issuing from clouds proper vested and crowned with an eastern crown or
wreathed round the temples with roses gules all within a border of clouds proper.
Merchant Taylors' Company—(old arms) argent a tent royal garnished or between two parliament robes gules lined
ermine a chief azure charged with an Agnus Dei argent rayed or and lying on a book proper.
(later arms) the same with a leopard or substituted for the Agnus Dei and book.
Merchant Venturers' Company—barry wavy argent and azure a chief quarterly gules and or in the first and fourth
quarters a leopard or in the second and third two roses gules.
Morland—argent a cheveron between three lions sable the two in chief facing one another with three bezants on the cheveron
Nicholls—azure a cheveron between two eagles in chief and a lion passant in base or with three roundels gules on the cheveron
the middle one charged with a leopard's head and the others with a scallop argent.
Painter-Stainers' Company—azure three scutcheons argent quartering azure a cheveron between three phoenix-heads
Parish Clerks' Company—azure a fleur-de-lis or and a chief gules charged with a leopard's head between two song-books
or stringed vert.
Pemberton—argent a cheveron between three buckets sable.
Pewterers' Company—azure a cheveron or between three antique limbecks argent with three roses gules seeded or and
barbed vert on the cheveron.
Prestwood—argent a cheveron gules between three cinqfoils sable.
Roos—gules three water-bougets argent.
Saddlers' Company—azure a cheveron between three saddles with leathers and stirrups or.
St. Bartholomew's Priory, Smithfield—gules two leopards and in chief two crowns or.
St. Paul's Deanery—The See of London with the letter D or in chief.
St. Thomas of Canterbury—argent three Cornish choughs in their proper colours.
Salters' Company—party cheveronwise azure and gules three covered salts argent.
Serjeants' Inn (Chancery Lane)—or a stork proper.
Serjeants' Inn (Fleet Street)—gules two sheaves saltirewise or banded azure.
Skinners' Company—ermine on a chief gules three royal crowns or.
Staple of Calais—barry wavy argent and azure a chief gules charged with a leopard or.
Stationers' Company—azure a cheveron or between three bibles gules garnished or with an eagle rising proper between two
roses gules on the cheveron and in the chief a glory edged with clouds and therein a holy dove displayed argent.
Tallow Chandlers' Company—six pieces azure and argent with three doves argent each holding an olive branch or in its
Temple, Inner—azure a leaping pegasus or.
Temple, Middle—argent a cross gules charged with an Agnus Dei or.
Thavie's Inn—azure a bend gules with two sheaves or thereon and a chief sable with the letter T argent therein.
Tonge—party . . . and . . . a fleur-de-lis counter-coloured and a border engrailed also parted and counter-coloured.
Vintners' Company—sable a cheveron between three tuns argent.
Watermen's Company—barry wavy argent and azure on the middle bar a boat or and a chief azure charged with two crossed
oars or between two cushions argent tasselled or.
Watton—argent a lion gules over all a bend sable with three crosslets fitchy argent thereon.
Weavers' Company—azure a cheveron argent between three leopards' heads each with a shuttle in its mouth or with three
roses gules on the cheveron.