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The Bridport Coat of Arms

Borough Coat of Arms

The arms of the Borough, granted in 1623, are “Gules, a castellated post or gateway with flanking turrets, masoned and battlemented arg; in the open port three spinning cogs or hooks in pale, in chief a lion passant guardant crowned, between two fleurs-de-lys or, in case barry wavy arg. and azure.  (“Heraldic terms: Gulers:  Red (background); Arg: silver (tower); Pale: enclosed (cogs in gateway), In Chief: above; Or: gold or yellow, Passant: sideways, Guardant: on guard, Azure: blue.)

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