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Michael Peter George

Registration number 20100426A

This certifies that the heraldic arms of Michael Peter George are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Arms: Quarterly, the cross of St. George Gules between in 1 and 4 Argent masoned Sable a dragon rampant Vert and 2 and 3 Vert a Maronite cross Or, overall an escutcheon Argent charged with the Cedar tree of Lebanon Proper (Cedrus libani).
Crest: Issuant from a wreath Vert, Argent, and Gules, an eagle displayed Argent holding in its dexter claw the rod of Asclepius Or and in the sinister claw a sword proper.
Motto: Dei Gratia (By the Grace of God)

Biographical information

The armiger is a graduate of West Virginia University and a dentist.

Design rationale

The Cross of St. George alludes to my name as well as my church. The brick wall is for my Grandfather who was a brick layer. The dragon symbolizes my valiance in protecting that which I treasure most and is also an allusion to the episode of St. George and the dragon. The Maronite crosses represent my faith and my heritage. The colors and the Cedar tree represent my Italian and Lebanese ancestry. The eagle displayed is a symbol of protection as well as my ancestors' migration to America. The rod of Asclepius represents my profession as a dentist and the sword represents defense for my faith and my family.

Registered by



Personal, Original, US, G

Roll of Arms