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Dale Andrew Potter OAM

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 1st July 2019. Registration No. 0503 (Vol.3).

Arms: Bleu Celeste, a stag sejant Argent and unguled Or holding in the mouth a slip pointing downwards Murrey growing and falling therefrom petals Argent, on a chief engrailed Pean two wolf heads erased Argent.

Crest: Rising between two mural crowns each one embrasure manifest Or a slip Vert petalled Argent perched thereon a Tawny Frogmouth Bird Proper holding in the beak a sprig of Golden Wattle leaved and flowered Proper

Motto: Meliores Angeli Nostrae Naturae (Better Angels of Our Nature)

Grant:  College of Arms 30 November 2018 Ref - 181/337; Agent - Robert Noel (Lancaster Herald).

The Arms of Dale Andrew Potter OAM

The arms consist of a white stag which represents the armigerís English, Scottish and Northern Ireland ancestry. The light blue background and white stag with petals represent peace which was the core of the armigerís career as a police officer and his deployment as a UN peacekeeper.

The two wolves represent the armigerís two daughters who are of part Italian descent, the wolves depicting Italian wolves, the national animal of Italy. The colours and symbols also represent involvement in the community, including the Scouting movement which led to his award of an Order of Australia Medal.

The two mural crowns again represent his children and their sense of justice that has been passed down from their fatherís duties and experience. The Australian connection makes up the crest with a tawny frogmouth (a bird similar to an owl that is native only to Australia) with a sprig of wattle in its mouth. The wattle is the national floral emblem of Australia.

 

 

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