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The Manorial Guild | Roll of Arms











The committee of the Manorial Guild are pleased to present the Coat of Arms of:


Ramon Bravo Gonzalez FRSA.


Ramon Bravo Gonzalez FRSA, Lord of St James Priory, Devon, England












































Registered: The Manorial Guild Roll of Arms Register, 6 May 2013. Registration No. 0011. (Lordship & Barony Register).


Arms: Blazon: Azure, a barrulet wavy enhanced Argent, between in base three coronets bottony placed two and one, at honour point a set of three keys, two in saltire and one in pale all Or, and in chief between two bezants a Mexican step-pyramid proper.


Crest: A statant upon a rocky ground a Mexican eagle proper, in its beak a key upwards in bend Vert, the ward to dexter Or.


Motto: Motto: Prorsum Semper (Ever Forward).


Private Registration: Bureau of Heraldry, South Africa: National Gazette No 35073, 02 March 2012, Vol 561 (H4/3/951) as published under Government Notice No. 34703 of 28 October 2011, Certificate No 3796 issued on October 4, 2012.


Private Registration: Chronicler of Arms of Castilla and León, H.E. Don Alfonso Ceballos-Escalera y Gila, Marqués de La Floresta; Registro Araldico Italiano (Reg. n. 337, March 19, 2012); Wappenrolle der Heraldischen Gemeinschaft Westfalen (Laufende Nummer: 07/12 Wappennummer: 2106412).


Private Registration: The International Register of Arms, 6th March 2012. Registration No. 0253.


The Armiger: Ramon Bravo Gonzalez FRSA, holds the titles of: Feudal Lord of the Manors of St James Priory, Devon, England.


The Armiger: Ramon Bravo Gonzalez, is the Lord of the Manor of St James Priory, in the County of Devon, England, and is a fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). He is also a Knight of the Order of the Eagle of Georgia and the Seamless Tunic of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and member of the Royal Scots Club in Edinburgh and the Manorial Society of Great Britain.


Meaning of the armigers Coat of Arms: The Arms of the Lord of the Manor of St James Priory, represents the pyramid represents the armiger's interest in architecture and archaeology. The bezants and the keys represent the armiger’s undergraduate degree in Accounting and Finance. The three coronets represent the armiger’s links with Sweden, while the waves represent his love for the sea and sea destinations. The eagle represents the armiger's Mexican heritage.