LOCKHART of the Lee Argent, a man’s heart, Proper, within a fetterlock, Sable; on a chief, Azure, three boars’ heads, erased, of the first.
ELIOTT LOCKHART of CLEGHORN, William, 894–William Eliott Lockhart obtained a warrant to matriculate again and bear the supporters and arms of Lockhart of Cleghorn quartered with the arms of Eliott of Borthwickbrae in 1894. On the arms just below Cleghorn is the heraldry artist’s initials “CWS”, then a small quartered shield, RE and date “1897″. [Stephen Eliott Lockhart, Scotland, 2001.]ARMS: Azure, three boar’s heads erased argent, LOCKHART, ELIOTT, Borthwickbrae, Scotland; quartering second gules on a bend engr. or, a baton sable within a double bordure, the interior one or, the exterior azure, charged with eight crescents and as many mullets alternately argent.
Count Lockhart-Wishart commissioned 3 splendid bookplates in the trophy style during his life and courtesy of Anthony Pincott of the bookplate society
LOCKHART of CLEGHORN, Allan, ARMS: Azure, three Boars’ heads erased argent. CREST: a Boar’s head erased argent armed and langued gules. MOTTO: Sine Labe Fides. SUPPORTERS: Two wild harts proper. [Roll of Scottish Arms, Vol. I, p. 357. 22 FEB 1798]