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Moorcock

  • Heraldry
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

In use around the 14th Century, The Moorcock is a form of Grouse (Bird). Portrayed in Sable (or Black), they represent the trait of “Loyalty” and “Steadfastness”. The Moorcock was popular in many Welsh Arms and more famously part of Sir Thomas More's Coat of Arms (Chancellor of England under King Henry VIII).