PEYTON COAT OF ARMS PIN
The Pin measures 1" wide and 1.25" tall. It has a white border, black background with gold crusader's cross, and gold mullet or horseman's spur rowel in the upper left quadrant. These heraldic arms were first taken up by Sir John de Peyton the Elder, Lord of Peyton Hall (living in 1242). It is available in a pin-back (top configuration in the photo) or a magnet-back (lower configuration in the photo) style; either style sold separately.
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