Coat of Arms

The Dyers Company Crest The College of Heraldry describes the Dyers Company crest as follows:

(The online link to this information has been withdrawn. Please be patient and we will upload the proper version from Bromley & Child's 1960 authoritative work of the Armorial Bearings of the City of London Guilds in due course - the animals by the way are described as panthers! However, an 1830 British Herald magazine describes the coat of Arms thus: sa. a chev. engr. ar. betw. three bags of madder of the last, corded or.—Crest, three sprigs of the graintree, erect, vert, fructed gu. Supporters, two leopards ramp, guard, ar. spotted with various colours, fire issuing from their ears and mouths, ppr. both ducally crowned or. Motto, Da gloriam Deo.[Give glory to God] )


Panthers or Leopards? One for historians to puzzle over perhaps.