Queens' College Cambridge N/A

Queen's College, Oxford was founded in 1340 by Robert Eglesfield, Confessor to Queen Philippa, wife of Edward III. The College arms are Argent three eagles displayed gules beaked and legged or, the arms of its founder. In addition, the seal of the College displays Three leopards faces a chief embattled ermine supported by an eagle, being the arms granted to Humfrey Michell of Old Windsor in Berkshire by William Flower, Norroy 7 April 1581. Around the seal are the words "The Common Seal of Mitchel's Visitors".

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Queens' College Cambridge (Stamp 1) Crest: Out of a ducal coronet an eagle wings extended
Arms: Quarterly of six 1. Barry of eight argent and gules (for Hungary) 2. Azure semy of fleurs-de-lis or, a label of three points gules (for Anjou Ancient or Naples) 3. Argent, a cross potent between four crosses crosslet potent or (for Jerusalem) 4. Azure semy of fleurs-de-lis or, a bordure gules (for Anjou Modern) 5. Azure semy of crosses crosslet fitchy, two barbels haurient addorsed or (for Bar) 6. Or, on a bend gules three alerions displayed argent (for Lorraine)
Quarterings: 1. Barry of eight argent and gules (for Hungary) 2. Azure semy of fleurs-de-lis or, a label of three points gules (for Anjou Ancient or Naples) 3. Argent, a cross potent between four crosses crosslet potent or (for Jerusalem) 4. Azure semy of fleurs-de-lis or, a bordure gules (for Anjou Modern) 5. Azure semy of crosses crosslet fitchy, two barbels haurient addorsed or (for Bar) 6. Or, on a bend gules three alerions displayed argent (for Lorraine)
Heraldic Charges: allerions (3), Heraldic Charges: barbels (2), Heraldic Charges: barry (8), Heraldic Charges: bend, on a, Heraldic Charges: coronet, ducal, out of a, Heraldic Charges: cross crosslets (semy), Heraldic Charges: cross potent between, Heraldic Charges: eagle wings extended, Heraldic Charges: semy-de-lys