Gray's Inn N/A

Gray's Inn was originally the London House of the Greys, Barons Grey of Codnor. In the reign of Edward III, the Gentlemen Students of Gray's Inn are said to have taken a grant of their house from Lord Grey, whose arms, Barry of six Argent and Azure, they used, but within a bordure compony or and azure. In Tudor times they were granted the arms Sable a griffin segreant or, which they now bear.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Gray's Inn (Stamp 1) Arms: A griffin rampant segreant
Heraldic Charges: griffin segreant
Gray's Inn (Stamp 2) Motto: Integra lex regni custos rectique magistra
, Motto: Non habet affectus sed causas jure gubernat
Arms: Sable a griffin segreant
Heraldic Charges: griffin segreant
Gray's Inn (Stamp 3) Arms: Sable a griffin segreant
Heraldic Charges: griffin segreant
Gray's Inn (Stamp 4) Arms: Sable a griffin segreant
Heraldic Charges: griffin segreant