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Heritage Of Scotland "In the days when flags and banners were important to identify opposing elements in battle, King William I "the Lion" who lived from 1143 to 1214, adopted a heraldic device showing a rampant lion, the king of beasts, rearing up with three paws stretched out. This became the royal coat of arms in Scotland.

The Scottish Wars of Independence: Braveheart

Not on Facebook, want to connect though... Gaelic Motto - "Cuidich n Righ" which means 'Aid to the King' Scottish Highlanders. My descendants, my paternal Grandfather was born in Scotland. And yes, they wore kilts...

Sterling silver Scottish lion cufflinks, CAI Iona Scotland, Hamish Dawson Bowman, Celtic art Industries, lion rampant, heraldry symbol, #930

Sterling silver Scottish lion cufflinks, CAI Iona Scotland, Hamish Dawson Bowman, Celtic art Industries, lion rampant, heraldry symbol. https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/498032591/sterling-silver-scottish-lion-cufflinks