Fishmongers Company of London N/A

The earliest document referring to the Fishmongers dates back to 1363, when they were dealing only in fresh fish, whereas the Stockfishmongers were traded only in dried fish. The two companies merged in 1512, confirmed by Royal Charter in 1536. The arms and the crest in the stamp were granted to the merged company in 1512, and the supporters and motto were added in 1575.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Fishmongers Company of London (Stamp 1) Title: Fishmongers Company of London (Stamp 1)
Arms: Three dolphins naiant in pale crowned between two pairs of stockfish hauriant on each side in saltire over the mouth of each a crown on a chief three pairs of keys of St. Peter
Crest: Two arms embowed vested and cuffed holding an imperial crown
Motto: All worship be to God only
Supporters: Dexter a merman armed holding a falchion Sinister a mermaid holding a mirror
Dimensions (height x width): 71mm x 73mm
Heraldic Charges: arms (2), Heraldic Charges: chief, on a, Heraldic Charges: crown, imperial, Heraldic Charges: dolphins (3), Heraldic Charges: fishes (4), Heraldic Charges: keys (6)