Argent, an apple gules slipped and leaved proper within a laurel wreath vert, and an orle sable.
Earlier this year, I worked with other members of the Canton of Whyt Whey, our local SCA branch here in Manhattan, to design a new set of branch arms. We went through innumerable drafts and proposals before settling on a device which gained unanimous consent.
As with many medieval devices, these are “canting arms”, featuring the city’s namesake big apple, along with the required laurel wreath and an elegant black stripe.
Argent, an apple gules slipped and leaved proper within an orle sable.
We’ve also submitted a design for a populace badge, which features the same design elements without the branch-marker laurel wreath.
Both designs have been submitted and will hopefully be approved and registered next summer.
(The branch’s previous device will be retained as our “ancient and honorable arms,” and perhaps be deployed as a battle standard to strike fear into the hearts of our foes.)
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