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Registration number 20061112B


This certifies that the heraldic arms of the Lewis & Clark College are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Per pale Sable and Tenne edged Argent, the line of divison in chief skewed to dexter and in base counter embowed about the nombril point passing between the dexter and middle base points to the nether edge at center, in sinister base a barrulet-gemel serpentine each barrulet fitched at both ends Argent.


Source

The university's website: www.lclark.edu/dept/pres/regalia.html

Design rationale

The College shield or logo represents Lewis & Clark's tradition of excellence in the liberal arts and sciences, education and counseling, and the law, and its evolution into one of the nation's outstanding institutions of higher learning. While incorporating traditional heraldic elements, the shield uses abstract forms that allow for interpretation. The curves of the design recall features of the Northwest's natural landscape. The shield is the official College logo.

Registered by

Michael Swanson

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