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image located by Dave Fowler, 24 December 2021
On a guidon of two points Gules a torteau charged with a hunting horn Argent within an annulus Gules edged and inscribed THE HALIFAX RIFLES in letters Or ensigned by the Royal Crown and environed by two branches of autumnal maple leaves their stems in saltire proper bound by a ribbon surmounted by a scroll Or inscribed CEDE NULLIS in letters Sable, the whole between in bend two rams statant Argent each on a mount Vert and environed by scrollwork Or, in bend sinister two pellets each inscribed HR in letters Or and environed by two branches of autumnal maple leaves proper bound in base by a ribbon Or, and in the flanks ten scrolls Or inscribed in letters Sable those to the dexter with NORTH WEST CANADA, 1885; MOUNT SORREL; ARRAS, 1917, ’18; YPRES, 1917; HINDENBURG LINE; and those to the sinister with SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900; SOMME, 1916; HILL 70; AMIENS; PURSUIT TO MONS;
Published in the
Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada.
Dave Fowler, 24 December 2021