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Last Update: 11/11/2019

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Captain Craig Allen Lytton, US Army Ret.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 11th November 2019. Registration No. 0514 (Vol.3).

Arms: Argent, a crow speaking close Sable langued Gules, on a chief embattled Azure between two mullets Or pierced of the field, a compass rose also Or.

Crest: Issuing from a bramble bush stalked, barbed and leaved Vert, fructed Proper, a dexter arm embowed in armour Proper tied around the bicept with a ladyís favour Azure, grasping a tilting spear the shaft and tip also Proper with a pennon of split ends per fess Gules and Argent.

Motto: Perseverantia et Audacia

Assumed: United States of America 11th November 2019.

Design: Arms devised by The Armorial Register Limited

The Arms of Captain, USA, Ret. Craig Allen Lytton

The colours of the arms, Azure and Argent, are based upon the tinctures of the arms of the Lyttons of Knebworth viz: Ermine on a chief indented Azure, three ducal crowns Or. The two gold spur-revels represent combat service in the United States Cavalry, and a compass rose represents proficiency in land navigation.

The crow speaking represents crafty leadership in war and vigilance over friends.

The crest of an armored arm with a lance represents military leadership. The arm holds a tilting spear with a pennon in the colours of the US Cavalry, representing company command. The arm emerges from a thorny bramble of blackberries, which are common in the woods of the armigerís home state.

The motto means "Perseverance and Daring".

 
 

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