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Assoc. Prof. Sean Lambert Collin, Baron of Otterinverane, B.Com LLB (Hons) LLM (Dist.)

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 17th August 2020. Registration No. 0565 (Vol.4). (Lordship & Barony Register)

Arms: Ermine, a sea Pegasus rampant Azure, and in Chief a gyronny of eight, Or and Sable, within a tressure Argent between two griffons' heads of the Third.

Crest: A demi lion rampant Gules, gorged of an Irish torc Proper.

Motto: Noblesse D'épée Noblesse Oblige.

Grant: Petition for arms, Court of the Lord Lyon, 7th February 2020. Interlocutor dated 24th March 2020.

The Arms of Sean Lambert Collin, Baron of Otterinverane

Ownership of the Barony of Otterinverane accepted for entry in the Scottish Barony Register in favour of the armiger of date 28th August 2019.

The armiger is also Lord of the Manor of Ayle, Lord of the Manor of Metfield, and Lord of the Manor of Pitstone Neyrnut. The armiger has registered through the Manorial Society of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of the Ancient Kingdom of Eire his holding of the Barony of Carbury in Ireland, and the Barony of Ballyculter in Northern Ireland.

The gyronny of eight in the chief represents the Campbell ownership of the barony via the Dukes of Argyle and the assignation of the barony in favour of the armiger. The two griffons’ heads connect the armiger to his Paternal Family's traditional use of the same on their arms in England. The base of the shield contains a winged hippocampus symbolizing the Kelpie of Scotland, connection to the Pictish ancestors of the armiger, and the traditional symbolism of safely escorting lost souls to Heaven. The ermine on the base reflects the armiger's ancestry and traditional use of the same on their arms. The crest reflects both the Lion of Scotland and the Lion used by the Armiger's Paternal named ancestors in the Barony of Connello, Ireland. The gold torc around the lion's neck symbolizes their Irish origins. The colours of the mantle are symbolic of those of the armiger's significant Clan Douglas ancestry, and are also based on those of the Saltire, the national flag of Scotland.
 

 
 

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