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Coat of Arms 1894Arms granted to A. Sydney Bicknell, 17 May, 1894, registered at the
College of Arms: Or, on a mount vert, a beacon fired proper, a chief sa.,
thereon a cross flory, between two porcupines respecting each other of the first.

Mantling: Vert and or.

Crest: On a wreath of the colours, or and gules, a dragon couchant
reguardant, wings expanded, gorged with collar, or, holding in the dexter
claw a cross as in the arms.

Motto: Surge Biconyll.

Coat of Arms 1736Arms used (unregistered) from 1736 or earlier.
Or, two bars gules, surmounted by a lion rampant, sable.

Crest: A dragon’s head erased vert.

Motto: [These varied at times]


 Coat of Arms


 The Bicknell coat of arms hereby illustrated is officially
documented in Burke’s general Armory.
The original description of the arms (shield) is as follows:
Ar. Two bars Gu, over all a lion ramp, of the first.

When translated the Blazon also describes the original colours of the Bicknell arms as: Silver; Two red horizontal bars, overall a silver lion attacking.
Above the shield and helmet is the crest which is described as: A green dragon’s head collared and severed at the neck.

An A4 image (89kb) of this coat is available by clicking on the image


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