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Randy Lee Potts


Registration number 20151126A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Randy Lee Potts are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Per fess Azure and Argent a saltire counterchanged between in chief an eagle displayed Argent and in base a dragon displayed affronty Gules.
Crest: On a wreath Azure and Argent between two pair of eagle wings displayed, the inner pair Sable and the outer pair Argent, the sun radiant Proper.
Motto: In Honorem Victoria (The victory is within the honor).
Badge: A fleur-de-lis per pale Azure and Argent.



Rationale

As a devote believer in St Andrew the cross counterchanged between blue and silver represents the struggle between saintliness and crucifixion. By ancestoric birthright from the county of Powys, Wales, the displayed red dragon represents origin of proven family roots and the journey that continues. The silver eagle with outstretched wings calls upon the armiger's achievement of scouting's highest rank within the United States.

Upon the crest of blue and silver wreath a double set of blue and sable eagle wings represents the bearer's twice achievement of required merit badges for Eagle Scout, known commonly as a "double Eagle". The golden sun with rays glowing between the wings demonstrates the brilliance of reaching for the heavens.

Motto: In Honorem Victoria (The victory is within the honor) represents the bearer's belief to be humbled by what is bestowed upon oneself.

The Badge represents the universal scouting emblem of the fleur-de-lis or Lilly which is split blue and silver from left to right.

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Randy Potts

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