Leeds Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Leeds dates back to around 1662 when the borough received a new charter. Silver owls were later added as supporters and above the shield around 1835, but did not become official until 1920. The upper portion of the shield features three white stars on a black field, symbolism derived from the oat of arms of Sir Thomas Danby, the first Mayor of Leeds. Below this, a fleece is depicted on a blue field, which represents industry. A motto at the bottom reads "Pro Rege et Lege", which means "For King and law"[1].
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