GRANT, Sir James Monteith, KCVO, AIH, WS, FRHSC (Hon)   

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GRANT, Sir James Monteith, KCVO, AIH, WS, FRHSC (Hon)
Arms: Parted per pale; dexter, Argent, a lion sejant full faced Gules, holding in his dexter paw a Thistle slipped Vert, flowered proper, and in the sinister a shield (or inescutcheon) of the Second, on a chief Azure a St. Andrew's Cross of the First; sinister, Argent, a quill pen Or, feathered Gules between two manches Sable, on a chief of the Third three antique crowns of the Second. (the whole ensigned with a King of Arms crown gold, the cap Gules tasselled Or.).

(His arms are impaled with those of his office as Lord Lyon King of Arms)

Crest: A dexter hand issuant proper, grasping a chevron couped Gules.
Motto: Above: ADSUM
Supporters: On a compartment two black faced rams proper.
Source: Lyon Court, Edinburgh, March 31, 1971.
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Honorary Fellow
Royal Heraldry Society of Canada
Awarded: 1975

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