Bulwer Lodge of Cairo: Coat of Arms
(Heraldic information courtesy of Steffan Silverwing,
Firebrand Herald Extrordinary, EK, SCA. This is not the formal "blazon"
or description of these arms as might be found in the Royal armorial
rolls, but rather an approximation, based on the appearance of the
"emblazon" or drawing.)
I and IV Bulwer, II Wor. Co. of Masons (or whatever it
originally was) and III "a depiction of Giza in Egypte, shewing ye
Pyramidys & ye Sphinxe".
Gules on a chevron argent between 3 eagles
[statant close] regardant Or as many cinquefoils sable.
[Note: Bulwer is also found as the 2nd and 4th quartering of
Bulwer-Lytton, Earls of Lytton, Viscounts Knebworth, and Barons Lytton
of Knebworth -- yes, one of whom was the author whose "It was a dark and
stormy night" is the inspiration for the annual "bad opening sentence"
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