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The Clan Chief’s Coat of Arms

The Farquharson Coat of Arms Crest
This distinctive insignia described as: On a chapeau, Gules furred Ermine, a demi-lion Gules holding in his dexter paw a sword proper.A DEMI-LION rampant Gules, holding in the dexter paw a SWORD Proper.

Clansmen are entitled to wear the crest of a lion rampant, within a strap and buckle, with the motto, “Fide et Fortitudine”. Clansmen are not entitled to use the Coat of Arms in any other way, as this is the Clan Chief’s personal property.

The Farquharson Motto: Fide et fortitudine (Fidelity and Fortitude), translates to mean –
I force nae freen, I fear nae foe (I force no friend, I fear no foe) and Carn-na-chuimhne (Cairn of Remembrance)

The Farquharson Shield
Split Quarterly, the 1st and 4th sections, ( or Gold), features the LION rampant Gules; the 2nd and 3rd displaying Argent, a FIR TREE growing out of a MOUNT gives the base with a Chief Gules royal banner of Scotland displayed on a CANTON of the Field. To the left of sections 2 and 3, a HAND issuing from the sinister side holding a DAGGER that points downwards

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