Rutland Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Rutland was granted in 1950. It features a green shield that depicts a golden horseshoe, which has been a symbol of the area ever since William the Conqueror gave the estate to Henry de Ferrers, whose surname implies involvement in the iron-working or the farrier profession. The shield also depicts acorns, which represent the forests that once covered the area[1].
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