Birmingham Coat of Arms
After the city of Birmingham incorporated the borough of Sutton Coldfield in 1977, a new coat of arms was granted to the city, although it was quite similar to the previous versions of 1936 and 1889. It features a shield supported by a male figure holding a male a cupel, which represents the manufacture of jewelry, and a female figure holding a book and painter's palette, which represents art. The shield itself is divided into four section by a white cross charged with a Bishop's mitre and defaced with several ermines. The first and fourth quarters features five gold lozenges or diamond shapes conjoined in a diagonal "bend", which were the original arms of the de Berminghams until about 1343. The second and third quarters were divided vertically with an "indented" line, which were the arms of another branch of the family, who became the Barons of Athenry and Earls of Louth in Ireland[1].
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