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Darach Shire Heraldry

Founded: 2/28/75
Meaning: “Oak” in Scots Gaelic

 

 

Darach Shire Device Registered in January of 1983,
last reblazoned in 2010.

Argent, on a bend
between an oak tree
and in pale an oak leaf
fesswise reversed embowed
conjoined to an acorn sable,
a laurel wreath palewise argent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Badge for the Shire of Darach Registered in 1983,
last reblazoned in 2010.

Argent, in pale
an oak leaf fesswise
reversed embowed conjoined
to an acorn sable, a bordure nebuly azure.

 

 

 

 

Badge for the Archers of Darach Registered in February of 1983.

Sable, an acorn slipped and leaved, the leaf embowed argent, the acorn pierced of an arrow fesswise Or.

 

 

Order of the Sable Oak of Darach *note: While a Shire may not normally own an Order name, the original name has belonged to the shire since 1982; since the name is registered to Darach, insignificant changes, such as dropping the shire designator from the Order name, are allowable. Registered in 2005.

Argent, in fess an acorn between two oak leaves, all palewise, and a bordure sable