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Term Source Meaning Illustration
Viking Axe Larsen, Carl A. Vol IV, P 508 The Viking Axe is a symbol of the grantee’s Scandinavian origin and honours the military service of members of his family.
Viking Torque Hjalmarson, D.E. (Badge) Vol V, P 133 The Viking Torque is a form of jewelry, usually made of twisted silver strips in the form of a neck-ring. It often bears wolves’ or other animal heads on its tips, as in the bow of a Viking ship. In this badge, it refers to the grantee’s bloodlines – Viking/Norse by the torque, French by the fleurs-de-lis at the tips.