Clare College Cambridge N/A

The forerunner of Clare College was University Hall, established in 1326 by Richard de Badew, Chancellor of the University. Within ten years, the revenues of the Hall proved to be inadequate, and further endowments were provided by Elizabeth, Lady of Clare, a cousin of King Edward III. In 1346 and thereafter it became known as Clare Hall, becoming Clare College after 1856.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Clare College Cambridge  (Stamp 1) Arms: Three chevrons
Impalement: a cross within a bordure gouty
Heraldic Charges: bordure gouty, Heraldic Charges: chevrons (3), Heraldic Charges: cross within
Clare College Cambridge  (Stamp 2) Arms: Three chevrons
Coronet: Earl
Impalement: a cross within a bordure gouty
Heraldic Charges: bordure gouty, Heraldic Charges: chevrons (3), Heraldic Charges: cross within
Clare College Cambridge  (Stamp 3) Arms: Three chevrons
Impalement: a cross within a bordure gouty
Heraldic Charges: bordure gouty, Heraldic Charges: chevrons (3), Heraldic Charges: cross within
Clare College Cambridge  (Stamp 4) Arms: Three chevrons
Coronet: Earl
Impalement: a cross within a bordure gouty
Heraldic Charges: bordure gouty, Heraldic Charges: chevrons (3), Heraldic Charges: cross within