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Franck Rallu, Lord of the Manor of Treffos, in the County of Gwynedd.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 1st September 2020. Registration No. 0568 (Vol.4). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Gules, an eagle wings expanded reguardant Or in his beak a white gold sapphire ring Proper his claws grasping a sheathed sword bendwise Argent.

Motto: Nil Obstat.

Assumed: France 20th July 2018.

Previous Registration: The International Register of Arms, 11th June 2019. Registration No. 0499 (Vol.3).

Arms devised and rendered by Xavier d'Andeville.

The Arms of Franck Rallu, Lord of the Manor of Trunch

The Manor of Treffos extends into and comprises the whole or parts of the Parishes of Llansadwrn Llanfair PwllGwynGyll Llandysilio Llandegfan Llaniestyn Llangoed Llanddona and Penraeth in the County of Anglesey. The overall area extends to over 10,350 acres.

The manor of Treffos is among the temporalities of the bishop of Bangor, having been granted to him by king Edward I, in 1284, on the occasion of his baptising the first prince of Wales.

Treffos is reputed the capital of the bishop's barony.

The colours of the field, red and gold, reflect those of the flag used in both former Normandy regions of France, Lower Normandy and Upper Normandy, based on the design of arms which had been attributed by medieval heralds to William the Conqueror, ultimately related to the 12th-century coat of arms of the House of Anjou.

The eagle represents the armigerís passion for aviation and the golden ring with a blue stone represents his passion for jewellery; the sword represents Anglo-Norman history.

The armiger is a member of the White Lion Society.

 
 

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