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Animals are also significant in heraldry symbolism. The eagle represents high intelligence, while stags represent peace and harmony. Blue is a symbol for strength and loyalty, meaning overall the crest conveys a non-threatening yet powerful reputation for the family.

Animals are also significant in heraldry symbolism. The eagle represents high intelligence, while stags represent peace and harmony. Blue is a symbol for strength and loyalty, meaning overall the crest conveys a non-threatening yet powerful reputation for the family.

The eagle is a common animal featured in heraldry and family crests because it symbolises power, authority and wisdom.

The eagle is a common animal featured in heraldry and family crests because it symbolises power, authority and wisdom.

European Heraldry :: House of Montgomerie and Seton

European Heraldry :: House of Montgomerie and Seton

Stylised images of dragons appeared in heraldry to signify immense power and authority. The striking image and colours of the dragon itself is enough to establish dominance and strike fear into enemies.

Stylised images of dragons appeared in heraldry to signify immense power and authority. The striking image and colours of the dragon itself is enough to establish dominance and strike fear into enemies.

The Earl of Eglinton and Winton's Coat of Arms.  If you know heraldry, by looking at this one picture, you would be able to identify exactly who the man is that owns them. (i.e. The fleur de lys on the actual shield stand for Montgomerie; the rings for Eglinton; the crescents for Seton; the Coronet (crown) indicates he is an Earl.  The crests atop say he is a chief.)

The Earl of Eglinton and Winton's Coat of Arms. If you know heraldry, by looking at this one picture, you would be able to identify exactly who the man is that owns them. (i.e. The fleur de lys on the actual shield stand for Montgomerie; the rings for Eglinton; the crescents for Seton; the Coronet (crown) indicates he is an Earl. The crests atop say he is a chief.)

The symbol of a lion is very common in heraldry and is used most often on family crests. The animal represents courage which is why it was so popular, and the gold conveys a sense of wealth and power

The symbol of a lion is very common in heraldry and is used most often on family crests. The animal represents courage which is why it was so popular, and the gold conveys a sense of wealth and power

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