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10. March Pursuivant Extraordinary's Badge
Arms of the badge: A demi lion rampant holding a rose Gules and gorged with a coronet of four fleur de lys (two visible) and four crosses pattée (one and two halves visible) Or.

SOURCE/NOTES & CREDITS: The background illustration and biograpical information are from the website of the Court of the Lord Lyon. For further information see page 50, from “Officers of Arms in Scotland 1290-2016”, by Charles Burnett, Scottish Record Society, Edinburgh, 2016. The blazon is from the Wikipedia article on March Pursuivant .The text used was based on and adapted from these sources.

March Pursuivant Extraordinary is Philips Tibbetts appointed on 1 September 2021

The most recent previous holder of this office was Sir Thomas Wolseley Haig, KCIE, CMG, CSI, CBE 1923-1927

The title of March Pursuivant first appeared in volume XIV, page 35 of the Exchequer Rolls of 1515. The Marches refers to those parts of Scotland and England on either side of the Border. This badge was designed by Snawdoun Herald, Elizabeth Roads, LVO and registered in 2013.

The artwork is a rendering of John Hamilton Gaylor

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