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Coat of Arms Information

Dukinfield Coat of ArmsQuarterly azure and argent, a cross pointed and voided quarterly of the last and sable between in the first quarter a raven close and in the fourth a garb, both Or. Crest: Out of a crown palisado Or, a cubit arm, vested azure, cuff argent, hand proper holding an escutcheon of the second charged with a sun in splendour of the first, between two ostrich feathers of the third. Motto: Integrity. Granted: 24 March 1900.

Dukinfield's armorial bearings are based on those of the Dukinfield family: the pointed cross is its symbol, and the arm holding a sun is part of the family arms. The raven represents the supposed derivation of the name Dukinfield from 'Doken', meaning a raven. The sheaf and feathers are from the arms of the Princes of Wales, Earls of Chester.