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Jason King

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 17th October 2017. Registration No. 0433 (Vol.3)

Arms: Ermine, a lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure crowned and grasping a set of scales of justice Or.

Crest: Rising out of a circlet Or, a phoenix proper grasping in his beak a ragged staff also proper.

Motto: Strive for Success.

Assumed: England 17 Oct 2017

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The Arms of Jason
                                                King

The Ermine and Gules livery colours represent the armigerís previous surname of "Jepson" and the distant past that should never be forgotten. The shield with the red lion rampant upon it wearing a crown and holding the scales of justice represents not only the change of surname from "Jepson" to "King", but also symbolises the armigerís chosen profession of law.

The crest reveals a Phoenix rising from a circlet of gold; the circlet represents a distinction or reward for achievement in sport as the armigerís main leisure pastime is running. The phoenix is seen grasping in its beak a ragged staff representing the armigerís connections with the ceremonial county of Warwickshire. The obvious symbolism of the phoenix is that he is newly re-created and thus breaking free from the past, determined, rejuvenated and reborn. The wings of the Phoenix represent both protection and swiftness. It also represents knowledge and the close ties between the armiger and his daughter.
 

 
 

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