Mason's Company of London N/A

The Worshipful Company of Masons, more commonly known as the Masons Company, is one of the City of London’s oldest Livery Companies with records dating back to 1356. It was formally incorporated under a Royal Charter in 1677, and ranks thirtieth in the order of precedence of Livery Companies. Its original role was to safeguard the welfare of its members, and to regulate the craft of stonemasonry, so that standards could be properly maintained. The arms were granted in 1473 by William Hawkeslowe, Clarenceaux King of Arms, the crest painted but not blazoned. They were confirmed in 1521 and entered at the Visitation of London in 1534.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Mason's Company of London (Stamp 1) Title: Mason's Company of London (Stamp 1)
Arms: On a chevron between three towers a pair of compasses expanded
Crest: A castle
Motto: In the Lord is all our trust
Helmet: Esquire
Dimensions (height x width): 78mm x 62mm
Heraldic Charges: castle, Heraldic Charges: chevron, on a, between, Heraldic Charges: compasses, Heraldic Charges: towers (3)