Lion Coat of arms family Stickpin with gold Lion and Root beer shaded Baked Enamel

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The coat of Arms Lion was a chosen symbol for a Family crest and did
often come from The Great British Heritage.

This symbol similar for flags back in the 1700's England was used on uniforms
and shields as well

Families adopted the image and it represented their founding fathers.
What is the lion a symbol of?
Image result for about the British Lion symbol
It traditionally symbolizes courage, nobility, royalty, strength,
stateliness and valor, because historically the lion has been regarded as the
"king of beasts".
The lion also carries Judeo-Christian symbolism.

Other similarities found:
The Lion derived from the coat of arms of the Duchy of Aquitaine -
Eleanor's family. Naturally, of course,
the Lion as a symbol of British "pride" and might was forever
identified with Eleanor's irascible, irresponsible but fearless son,
Richard I the Lionheart.

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