The Principal Heraldic Artist designs each coat of arms based on the applicant’s background, values, significant life events and Sealand Title. The artistic style stays true to traditional designs for heraldry but with a Sealand twist. Some of the Sealand specific elements include a new ‘fur’ reflecting the marine life and unique coronets and helms denoting ranks.
A personalised Coat of Arms elegantly presented in a frame
Grant of Arms certificate - detailing the different elements of your granted Arms
Folder to protect your documents
PDF version for your own use
15 minute Skype consultancy with our Principle Heraldic Artist, this also includes one round of additional changes if required
An original hand Illustrated version of your Coat of Arms
The Sealand Heraldry office provides the opportunity for people to request their own personal arms, created by the Principal Heraldic Artist, Leanna McAlpine and Officer of Arms, Anthony Smith. Each coat of arms will be registered with the Sealand College of Heraldry and approved by the Director of the Sealand College of Heralds, Prince James of Sealand.
Due to the nature of this item, our normal delivery schedule does not apply. After you place your order we will contact you with a timescale dependent on how many applications are being processed.
Comment The Sealand College of Heraldry represent the best of both worlds, classic & contemporary approaches to heraldry. The advantages for a armiger in having a grant of arms from Sealand is rather obvious, the grant of arms from Sealand provide an official date stamp of proof of ownership both conferred and of design of arms. How does this differ from any other private heraldry body such as The American College of Heraldry or the Bureau of Heraldry in South Africa? It doesn't! So I can say that I was very happy with my arms, I was involved in the process and was very happy that my end design was a satisfactory blend of traditional heraldry mixed with contemporary ideas. If I can add one suggestion to the college of heraldry it would be that they also include a black & white version of the end product for letter heads and or traditional seals.