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Patrick Michael Dipper

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 14th June 2018. Registration No. 0455 (Vol.3).

Arms: Argent a cross throughout Gules charged with a sword proper point upwards hilted and pommelled Or; in the first quarter per fesse dancette Sable and Ermine, in chief two lions rampant Or, armed and pizzled Argent langued Gules; the second quarter vacant; in the third quarter an oak tree Vert fructed proper; in the fourth quarter a garb of wheat Or.

Crest: A phoenix Argent armed Or rising out of the flames of fire proper.

Motto: Fieri Potest

Registered: South African Bureau of Heraldry and published under Government Notice 565 of 15th June 2017.

The rms of Patrick Michael Dipper

Further Registration: The American College of Heraldry 23 March 2018 under Number 3979.

The red cross on a white shield, alludes to the St Georgeís Cross, the symbol of England and the Christian Faith. The device in the first quarter is an adaption of and in deference to the arms of Sir John de Bures of Boddington (c1350) a probable historic link to the armigerís direct ancestor, John Dipper, who bequeathed lands in Boddington to his son Samuel c1611.

The Oak in the third quarter is there to denote strength as well as a reference to the oaks found in Gloucester, where earliest Dippers are found, and the oaks used by Dippers in the construction of buildings and ships. The Wheat garb, which shows the harvest of one's hopes has been secured, is a symbol of hospitality, prosperity and success enjoyed, as well as agricultural connections. The raised sword illustrates military and other service to the realm.
The mantel of green and gold reflects Englandís green and pleasant land and golden opportunities.

The crest of a phoenix rising illustrates a resurgence of interest in the armigerís family history and ideals.

 
 

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