MacLeod Clan Crest
MacLeod Coats of Arms
A note on Coats of Arms:
Under Scottish heraldic law a coat of arms is awarded to an individual (with the exception of civic or corporate arms) . There is no such thing as a ‘family coat of arms’ The arms represented below are personal arms (with the above exceptions). Only the individual granted these arms has the right to use them. for more information see our pages on heraldry here:
Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Azure, a castle, triple-towered and embattled, Argent, masoned, Sable, windows and porch, Gules (for MacLeod); 2nd and 3rd, Gules, three legs in armour, Proper, garnished and spurred, Or, flexed and conjoined in triangle at the upper part of the thigh (for the Royal House of Man).
ARMS: Quarterly—1st: Or, a mountain, az., inflamed: proper. 2nd: Gu., the three legs of the Island of Man, armed: proper—conjoined in the center at the upper end of the thigh, flexed in triangle, the spurs, or. 3d: Or, a galley, sails furled, pennons flying, sa. 4th: Gu., a lion, rampant, arg. En surtout, an inescutcheon, MacLeod of Rasay
party per pale, gu. and sa., a fess, between three fleurs-de-lis, or.