HM The Queen Coat of Arms

Royal warrants coats of arms for those appointed to Her Majesty The Queen. At the time of writing, Her Majesty the Queen has granted 686 Royal Warrants to different suppliers allowing them to display the Queen Elizabeth II crest with appropriate citation plaque below.

Royal Warrants of Appointment coats of arms are displayed by establishments that supply goods or services to either HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales.  The granting of a Royal Warrant permits the supplier to advertise the fact that they supply or work for the Royal Family, which is, of course, a recommendation in itself.  The Royal crest above a citation plate stating the grantee’s trade is the traditional way that a Warrant holder advertises the status.

Ward Signs based in Bristol produces Queen Elizabeth II Royal Warrant crests in the following sizes: 7”, 15”, 22”, 30”, 36” and 48” (sizes being measured approximately from top to bottom).  Due to the physical properties of the different materials available, the Royal Warrant Coat of Arms is generally made from cast aluminium, but may also be built up from laminated GRP (glass fibre).  Once cast, aluminium coats of arms are painted in oven baked enamel undercoat and then hand painted by our heraldic artists.

Notable projects where we had to produce Royal Warrant Coats of Arms for Warrant holders of Her Majesty The Queen include Fortnum and Mason,  John Lewis, Waitrose and Jaguar Landrover.

Over 10,000 organisations in the UK have used Ward Signs

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Case Studies

Royal Albert Hall – 1851 Place

Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall based in the northern edge of South Kensington London. They recently required us to produce a cast bronze plaque for a crest and lettering reading ‘1851 Place’ to be installed at the bottom of a staircase, positioned in front of the accessible

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